Brian D. Lerner has a law office that has a dedicated web portal and internet access program. Brian Lerner states that you can get 24/7 access to your case anywhere on Planet Earth as long as you have an internet connection.
Brian Lerner has his Law Office in Long Beach, California. However, do not be mislead by where Brian D. Lerner can take
your immigration case.
First of all, U.S. Immigration is Federal Law. Brian Lerner explains that because it is Federal Law that an attorney does not
need to be licensed in every State he or she practices. Rather, elaborates Brian D. Lerner, since he is licensed in the State
of California, he is able to practice and take cases in all of the 50 United States as well as Puerto Rico and U.S owned
territories where persons are U.S. Citizens. Brian D. Lerner has his physical office for a convenience to local clients, to
keep part of his employment staff and for other matters necessitating a physical office. However, Brian Lerner has
clients all over the U.S. and in many countries around the world. Indeed, Brian D. Lerner has an international
Immigration Law Office that helps people from around the globe to either get back into the U.S. or to get some type of
visa to get into the U.S. in the first place.
Brian D. Lerner has a law office that has a dedicated web portal and internet access program. Brian Lerner states that
you can get 24/7 access to your case anywhere on Planet Earth as long as you have an internet connection. Even in third
world countries, explains Brian D. Lerner, you are able to get an update on your case, send e-mails to your case
manager's, download documents received by U.S. Immigration, upload supporting documents to your case, answer
questionnaires and provide supporting evidence. Brian Lerner states this is only a little view of the Web Portal. You could
be sitting in central China in some remote farm village and get status of your case. Indeed, the Law Offices of Brian D.
Lerner has moved with full force into the 21st century. There is no need to even send items by mail anymore. They are
uploaded, explains Brian D Lerner to the web portal and then you can view them in real time