Immigration Lawyer in Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey
|NJ||Administrative - Not authorized to practice||2006||07/15/2017|
|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Rising Star||New Jersey Super Lawyers Magazine||2015|
|Rising Star||Pennsylvania Super Lawyers||2015|
|Rising Star||New Jersey Super Lawyers Magazine||2014|
|Rising Star||Pennsylvania Super Lawyers||2014|
|Rising Star||Pennsylvania Super Lawyers||2013|
|Principal||Solow, Isbell & Palladino, LLC||2008 - Present|
|Adjunct Professor||Villanova School Of Law||2011 - 2013|
|Associate||The Law Offices of David Piver||2006 - 2008|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Professionisti Italiani- Philadelphia||Member||2012 - Present|
|American Immigration Lawyers Association (Philadelphia Chapter)||Chairman||2015 - 2016|
|American Immigration Lawyers Association (Philadelphia Chapter)||Vice Chairman||2013 - 2015|
|American Immigration Lawyers Association (Philadelphia Chapter)||Treasurer||2011 - 2013|
|American Immigration Lawyers Association (Philadelphia Chapter)||Secretary||2010 - 2011|
|Matter of D.K.||Won withholding of removal before the Immigration Court in Philadelphia|
|Ajmal v. Mueller, 2007 WL 2071873 (E.D.PA. July 17, 2007)||writ of mandamus|
|See all legal cases|
|Philadelphia Magazine||Interview: Adam Solow on the Immigration Crisis||2014|
|Villanova University School of Law||Villanova University School of Law- Lawyering Together||2010|
|Philadelphia City Paper||Camden, Immigrant Haven?||2008|
|Villanova University||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||2006|
|University of Pennsylvania||History||BA - Bachelor of Arts||2001|
|2017 AILA National Annual Conference- New Orleans||There is Trouble in Paradise- I-751 Petitions to Remove Conditions on Permanent Residence||2017|
|Fundamentals of Immigration Law||Pathway to Naturalization and Citizenship||2015|
|Citizenship Day||Rutgers University Citizenship Day||2013|
|18 Ius Soli (The Right of the Soil)||comparison of birthright citizenship laws in different countries||2012|
|Annual CLE Conference for the American Immigration Lawyers Association (Philadelphia chapter)||Advanced Topics in Family Immigration Law||2010|
|National Congress & Convention of Haitian Americans||Rights of Haitians Migrating to the United States of America||2008|
Posted by Sergio
I and my spouse want to write this review to recognize Attorney Adam Solow and Lisa Rosenblatt, Paralegal, both of whom worked very hard to win my case.
I found Adam on Avvo based on client and peer reviews, as I was in search of an immigration attorney who excelled in cases of I-130 Petition, I-601A waiver, permanent resident status and consular processing. I met with Adam feeling quite stressed, thinking that I could be in deep trouble because of my unlawful present in the U.S. Within minutes, Adam made me feel like I have nothing to worry about and determined to help me resolve the problem.
Adam helped me to understand very well every single step in my I-601A waiver case. The waiver process was completed with the highest degree of quality, professionalism and presented with the best arguments effectively. Adam and Lisa efficiently worked on my case and in a short amount of time I obtained the waiver approved successfully and few months later I became a legal permanent resident.
My immigration process was smooth and I always had the confidence that I had a superb attorney on my side. I am very grateful to Adam for all his knowledge, experience, time, professionalism, attention to detail, and especially the care he showed us as his clients. His vast knowledge of immigration law and years of valuable experience in the industry shine through every aspect of his business.
My overall rating is excellent. I strongly recommend Adam. I will hire again and do repeat business if ever needed! Thanks again Adam!
Posted by TheGardian
My family came to the states in 2004. We filed for an asylum, which was to no avail. I married my high school sweetheart in 2011. The lawyer we were working with at the time filed an I130 and a I485, but did not do it properly. The lawyer that was working on our case gave up and told us to "lock our doors and close our windows." When my family got the deportation letter in the mail in 2013 that prompt us to appear at an ICE facility with our bags packed, my whole life slowed down. My grades in school went from A's to C's. I remember my husband lost his appetite and could not eat for days because his body could not function at the thought of his wife being deported back to a country he never visited. Here we were, married for 2 years and I still didn't have a green card. My mother found Adam online and explained to him our situation. He immediately scheduled an appointment to see us at his Camden office. Adam spoke to my husband and assured him that I wouldn't be deported and that he would work hard to get me the green card. He did. Adam was always honest with us. He did not tell us what we wanted to hear. Instead, he told us the truth about our situation and the outlook. He filed a Stay of Removal, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, two motions to reopen, an appeal with the BIA after both motions were denied, a request for immigration court to terminate my previous case, and an Adjustment of Status application. Adam never gave up on us. It took three years... I had my interview March 30, 2016 and my I485 application was approved April 1, 2016. Adam worked very hard for my family and I will be eternally grateful. He was always reachable especially through email.
Whether you are just starting your immigration process or you have gotten a deportation order, call Adam Solow because he WILL fight for you with every resource he has available.
David Moscow, Criminal defense Attorney
Relationship: Worked together on matter
Mr. Solow is one of the most intelligent and hardest working lawyers I have come across. I refer all my immigration business to his firm and every client has been extremely happy with Mr. Solow's work. He has reached positive results in cases that seemed as if there was no hope for our clients. I wholeheartedly endorse Adam.
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