Stuart A. Yeager is attorney of Yeager & Etkind. At the immigration law firm of Yeager & Etkind, we know the ins and outs of immigration law. But we also know our clients. We have served more than 10,000 individuals, families and businesses, and in each case, we have taken the time to understand our clients’ specific concerns, craft individualized solutions and accompany them to all hearings and proceedings.
Our law firm was founded in 1989 and was initially focused on transportation law. In the early 1990s, we branched out into immigration law in order to better serve clients who were accommodating themselves to the North American Free Trade Agreement. By the end of the decade, our practice was entirely focused on immigration.
We have been a member of the American Immigration Law Association (AILA) since 1995 and have gained in-depth knowledge about the intricacies of immigration law and policy.
Our attorneys draw on their diverse backgrounds to help our clients achieve their goals with an eye on practical solutions, backed by our extensive staff of paralegals and other professionals.
Our firm has four locations — Rockville, Maryland; Washington, D.C.; and Arlington and McLean, Virginia. All of our locations are easily accessible by Metro, and we regularly meet with clients at all four offices. We speak English, Spanish and Portuguese; and we are happy to engage translators to allow us to communicate with clients in other languages.
We provide the majority of our services under flat fee agreements rather than entering into open-ended billing arrangements like many other law firms. We offer multiple payment options for our fees, including MasterCard, Visa, American Express and Discover credit cards.
- Pennsylvania, 1986
- District of Columbia, 1989
- Tulane Law School, New Orleans, Louisiana, J.D. – 1985
- Grinnell College, B.A. – 1985
PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS AND MEMBERSHIPS:
- The District of Columbia Bar, Member
- Pennsylvania Bar Association, Member
- American Immigration Lawyers Association, Member
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