In addition to authoring articles for the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), he has written on immigration law for the German American Chamber of Commerce. Before specializing in immigration law, he spent nearly ten years working as a legislative assistant and counsel to a U.S. Congressman, and thus has an intimate knowledge of Federal legislative and administrative procedures. Kenneth Rinzler is a solo practitioner and thus treat each of his client as if he/she were his only one. This means that he does the work on a clients case, rather than some anonymous associate or legal assistant. With Kenneth Rinzler as your attorney, you know who you are dealing with at all times and that you are getting the expertise and consistent level of service you expect when you initially decide to retain an attorney. He limits his practice to certain areas in order to maintain the level of expertise. As with any profession, it is impossible to be good at all things. For that reason his practice consists principally of E (Treaty Trader and Investor) and L (Intracompany Transferee) Visas, Priority Worker Green Cards (e.g., those which do not require the costly and time consuming labor certification process), and Immediate Relative family petitions (e.g., when an alien marries a U.S. citizen). He does not take asylum or refugee cases, nor is he a proponent of the H-1B (Professional Worker) Visa. He is, however, well-versed in consular matters, and call and visit consulates often, this is not a claim many immigration attorneys can make. He is happy to travel anywhere in the world on behalf of a client when the need arises.
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