Russian Immigration Attorney

Providing Quality Russian Immigration Law Services

Vassell & LeeRC Law Group has been serving Russian Immigration clients for 15 years in the D.C., Maryland and Virginia area. We pride ourselves on having Russian attorneys on staff who serve not only our Russian population, but also our non-Russian immigrant clientele.

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Mr. Roman Vayner, an experienced immigration attorney with Vassell & LeeRC Law Group, is a native Russian. He is fluent in Russian and speaks some Spanish. His passion is immigration law, and he went to law school to serve the immigration community. He, like many immigration attorneys, have their own personal stories of immigration and hardship. This drives his passion to aggressively serve our employer, business and foreign national clients with excellence in all immigration matters.

He has worked on a variety of individual immigration law issues, including family visas, fiancé visas and petitions, deportation and removal proceedings, detention representation, permanent resident, green cards, naturalization and citizenship. In addition, Mr. Vayner has represented businesses through various labor certification processes and business visas such as H-1B visas, H-2B visas, U visas and PERM labor certifications. He also assists our Russian clients of non-Slavic backgrounds with affirmative asylum claims. Since coming on with Vassell & LeeRC Law Group, Mr. Vayner has quickly mastered immigration law, and he holds a lead attorney position with our immigration law firm.

Mr. Vayner is licensed in Maryland and Wisconsin, and represents clients throughout the United States and the world. He works from the Vassell & LeeRC Law Group Washington, D.C., and Fairfax, Virginia, offices. He earned his Juris Doctorate with honors at the Marquette University Law School in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Some areas which are noteworthy for our Russian population are listed below:

Exciting News Flash from Department of State for Russian Citizens

Excerpt from Immigration news visapro.com about the agreement between the United States of America and the Russian Federation regarding visa issuance:

"Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton and Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov today announced an agreement on the issuance of nonimmigrant business, tourist, private and humanitarian visas to the Russian Federation, and for business and tourist visas to the United States, as well as short-term official travel visas to both counties in keeping with
the joint statement issued during the meeting of President Obama and President Medvedev in Deauville, France on May 26, 2011.

This agreement will facilitate travel between our two countries and establish stronger ties between our people. The agreement benefits the largest segments of our traveling Americans and Russians - business travelers and tourists, traveling both as individuals and in groups, by granting as a rule, on a reciprocal basis, multiple-entry visas valid for 36
months.

The agreement also streamlines the visa issuance process by reducing the documentation required. These new visa validity periods will allow for expanded contacts and promote greater mutual understanding between our societies.

This agreement will go into effect after an exchange of diplomatic notes in Moscow."

Also, watch in the news for areas in the United States and Territories where Russian Citizens already able to travel without a visa such as Guam.

Contact a Citizenship Lawyer

To contact one of our Russian immigration lawyers please call our law firm at any of the telephone numbers prominently listed on our website for your convenience. We have offices in Fairfax, Virginia; Rockville, Maryland; and Washington, D.C.