Brian D. Lerner has been a member of the national Immigration Lawyers association referred to as AILA. Brian Lerner has been a licensed attorney since 1992. Brian D. Lerner has been a member of the Los Angeles County Bar Association since about 1992.
Brian D. Lerner has been a member of the national Immigration Lawyers association referred to as AILA (American
Immigration Lawyers Association). Brian Lerner has been a licensed attorney since 1992. Brian D. Lerner has been a
member of the Los Angeles County Bar Association since about 1992. In California, Brian Lerner is admitted to the
California Supreme Court and the U.S. District Courts in California for the Northern, Eastern, Central and Southern
Divisions. Brian D. Lerner is admitted to the U.S. Courts of Appeals across the United States from the First Circuit to the
Eleventh Circuit. In other words, if you have an immigration Case, Brian Lerner can represent you.
Brian Lerner has been named Who’s Who in Immigration Lawyers. Also, Brian D. Lerner has a 10 (Superb) rating on
AVVO. Brian Lerner has nearly 120,000 Facebook likes. On the Youtube channel for Brian D. Lerner, he has nearly 2,500
followers and over 4.25 million views of his over 700 immigration videos.
Brian Lerner will do the Estate Plans for the residents and citizens which he has helped for years. Thus, you can see in
the Estate Channel on Youtube for Brian D. Lerner, he has about 60 videos and can do your Estate Plan in order to help
you plan for retirement and the event of your death. Brian Lerner explains that after so much work and so many years
for you to obtain the Green Card and in some cases U.S. Citizenship, you want to make sure your family is protected in
case you die or become incapacitated.
Brian D. Lerner has written articles for numerous publications and has followers all over the globe. When there are new
immigration regulations, laws or cases, Brian D. Lerner is there to let you know what they are and how it can affect you.
Brian D. Lerner is one of a handful of certified specialists in Immigration and Nationality Law as put forth by the
California State Bar, Board of Legal Specialization.