Immigration Court Update

Created at: March 31, 2020 By: benwiesinger

The Department of Justice has suspended non-detained immigration court hearings through May 1, 2020. Detained hearings continue as scheduled, and appeals are still being processed. Legal services are considered “essential,” and so we remain open to new and current clients. El Departamento de Justicia ha suspendido las audiencias de los tribunales de inmigración no detenidos […]

Open for Business / Abierto para Negocios

Created at: March 18, 2020 By: benwiesinger

As a small business with low likelihood of infection or transmission, Pope & Associates will remain open for business during the corona virus pandemic. We are taking all possible precautions, including regularly disinfecting the common areas, and employees with cold or flu symptoms are staying home. So please, if you have a new immigration case […]


Created at: September 5, 2019 By: benwiesinger

ASYLUM GRANTED The following is a thank you letter from a grateful client, DA from Cameroon, for whom we worked pro bono on appeal and wound up winning asylum from perhaps the toughest Immigration Judge in the country: It is with great pleasure that I write to you this letter of appreciation and the tremendous […]

Phones out of service 9-3-2019

Created at: September 3, 2019 By: benwiesinger

Due to technical issues with our telephone service provider, our phone lines are not operational and we are unable to answer calls. If you have an emergency, please email Dalia Sanchez, We apologize for any inconvenience.

Important Changes to Immigration System Passed in Omnibus Federal Spending Bill

Created at: January 29, 2016 By: benwiesinger

The non-partisan Migration Policy Institute, a trusted source of news and information about U.S. and global immigration, posted this article that describes a number of important changes and updated to Federal Immigration Law: With Little Debate, Congress Enacts Broad Range of Immigration Changes in Spending Bill One of the more interesting changes is the increase […]