Richard “Rick” Bromberg, Senior partner of Bromberg, Kohler Maya & Maschler, PLLC, founded the Law Offices of Richard S. Bromberg more than thirty years ago, and has dedicated his practice to immigration and nationality law. Attorney Elizabeth Kohler Maya came to the practice in 2003 and Attorney Toni Maschler joined shortly thereafter, in 2005. Mihaela Petre joined our team in 2011. We all enjoy helping deserving individuals reach their immigration goals in the United States. Whether that goal is to reunite with loved ones, escape persecution, or fulfill professional dreams, we receive great satisfaction in helping people immigrate to the United States.
We take pride in providing caring and competent immigration representation at reasonable and affordable rates. Clients can also pay fees under an installment plan. Our goal is to solve clients’ immigration problems as efficiently as possible, since satisfied clients are our best source of business. We never recommend unnecessary procedures and always tell clients if we believe their case is unlikely to succeed. After explaining any factual or legal difficulties a particular individual may face, we work with our clients to document their cases thoroughly to maximize the odds of success.
We have assisted thousands of individuals in gaining asylum, becoming Lawful Permanent Residents and U.S. citizens, and successfully reversing erroneous decisions by Immigration Courts and USCIS through careful development of the factual and legal record. Founding partner Rick Bromberg has been ranked by colleagues as one of the nation’s and the Washington DC area’s top immigration lawyers as shown by inclusion in “Best Lawyers” 2009-2015. Additionally, from 2011 to the present, Bromberg, Kohler Maya & Maschler, PLLC was named one of the top law firms in the immigration practice field by US News & World Report, and all three partners are AV-rated “preeminent” by Martindale-Hubbell, and “superb” by Avvo.com.
Please be aware that the content of this website is meant only to acquaint you with general information about immigration. This information is not legal advice and is not a substitute for a consultation with an attorney