Are law firms open during the current coronavirus pandemic?

This is part of a series of posts aimed at informing those that can or have been potentially affected by changes in U.S. government immigration policy in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

We hope that you and your family are safe during these difficult and uncertain times.

Many law firms remain open during this time because they provide essential services to people who find themselves in urgent situations. While the world focuses on battling and covering the coronavirus pandemic, the average person is still dealing with obstacles and problems that require legal assistance. 

Cities, counties, and states have enacted policies in response to the coronavirus that affect how law firms operate. In response, some law firms have restricted consultations to Skype or telephone. 

We suggest that you contact law firms by phone or e-mail to find out how they are lawfully operating during this pandemic.

What is the best way to contact your office if I need immediate legal advice regarding my immigration status?

You can e-mail us 24/7 at mail@salehlaw.com with any questions or concerns or call our office at (305) 448-0077 from 9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M, Monday through Friday. You can also reach us 24/7 by visiting our website at www.salehlaw.com/contact and sending us your contact information.

We promise to accommodate you as soon as possible under the circumstances so that we can provide you with expert immigration advice tailored to the specific needs of each individual, family, or business. We are professionally trained to assess, adapt, and overcome in times of crisis.

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