Brown Law, PLLC is a full-service, boutique immigration law firm serving clients throughout the United States on diverse immigration law issues.

Business Immigration

  • B-1 and B-2 Visitor Visas;
  • Visitor Visa extensions;
  • L-1 and H1-B visas and extensions;
  • Derivative visas for immediate family members of foreign employees;
  • EB-1 visas for aliens of extraordinary ability, professors and researchers, multinational managers and executives;
  • EB-2 visas for aliens with advanced degrees or exceptional abilities;
  • EB-3 visas for skilled workers;
  • EB-5 visas for foreign investors;
  • PERM and labor certifications for employees seeking permanent residence; and
  • Premium processing service for businesses who need their results urgently.

 Family-Based Immigration

  • Family petitions for parents, spouses, children and siblings;
  • Adjustment of status and permanent residency;
  • Consular processing and visa application preparation for relatives outside of the United States;
  • Cancellation of removal cases for aliens who have been in the United States for over 10 years and have a U.S. Citizen or LPR spouse, parent or child;
  • Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA);
  • Citizenship and naturalization;
  • Fraud waivers, unlawful presence waivers and waivers for certain criminal convictions to enable you to obtain permanent residency despite past mistakes;
  • Temporary protected status renewals, late applications and appeals for El Salvador, Guinea, Haiti, Honduras, Nicaragua, Liberia, Sierra Leone, Somalia, Sudan and Syria; and
  • NACARA adjustment of status and cancellation of removal.

 Victim-Based Immigration

  • Affirmative Asylum cases before the asylum office;
  • Defensive asylum and withholding of removal cases before the Immigration Court;
  • Cases involving the Convention Against Torture before the Immigration Court;
  • Derivative Asylum Petitions to bring over family members;
  • U-Visas for victims of violent crimes who help the police;
  • Special Immigrant Juvenile Visas for abused, abandoned or neglected children;
  • T-Visas for victims of human trafficking; and
  • VAWA cases who victims of domestic violence.

 Military-Based Immigration

  • Parole-in-Place for spouses, children and parents of U.S. Military personnel who entered the country illegally and want to adjust status;
  • Survivor benefits, including citizenship, for family members of fallen military personnel; and
  • Citizenship for certain military personnel and their families.


  • Written Appeals to the Board of Immigration Appeals or the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals;
  • Writs of Mandamus to force USCIS to make a decision on a stalled case.