Excellence in Immigration Law
5757 Wilshire Boulevard
Born in Havana, Cuba, Noemi Masliah immigrated with her family to the United States as a child and grew up in NYC. She attended Queens College and Yeshiva Univ. Cardozo Law School. Ms. Masliah has practiced immigration law since 1980 and has worked extensively in all aspects of immigration law becoming a recognized expert in the field with frequent speaking engagements, written articles, interviews and panel discussions at legal conferences and law schools. Her practice areas include routine and complex employment immigration cases for permanent and non-permanent work visas, including national interest waiver, alien of extraordinary ability and other non-labor certification. Ms. Masliah advises corporate clients on compliance with immigration law and regulations.
Toronto, Canada, Lavi Soloway is a graduate of the Univ. of Toronto and
Yeshiva Univ. Cardozo Law School. He joined Noemi Masliah in the practice
of immigration law in 1994. His practice focuses on employment and
family immigration for permanent as well as non-permanent work visas,
asylum and representation of individuals in deportation proceedings.
Mr. Soloway is a frequent lecturer and panelist at legal conferences
and law schools on subjects ranging from basic immigration law to asylum.
Mr. Soloway has been invited to provide training at Dept. of Homeland
Security Asylum Offices and has rendered assistance and leadership
and guidance to other attorneys in the provision of pro-bono legal
services to indigent asylum seekers.
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