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|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|certificate||Board of Immigration Appeals Pro Bono Project||2011|
|Distinguished Service||National Institute of Municipal Law Officers||1990|
|membership||Phi Beta Kappa||1980|
|Attorney||The Law Office of Rachel S Ullman, PC||2013 - Present|
|Attorney||Yang & Ullman||2008 - 2013|
|Attorney||Law Office of Rachel S. Ullman||2005 - 2007|
|Attorney||Johnson & Yang||2000 - 2005|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Maryland State Bar Association||Member, Immigration Section Council||2013 - Present|
|Women's Bar Association of Maryland||member||2005 - Present|
|Bar Association of Montgomery County||Member||1996 - Present|
|American Immigration Lawyers Association||Member||1994 - Present|
|Maryland State Bar Association||Member||1987 - Present|
|Firearm conviction - Released from mandatory detention||bond granted despite firearm conviction|
|Removal Proceedings - Fraud by Notario||Green card granted|
|Removal Proceedings - Burglary||Client retained green card|
|See all legal cases|
|American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) DC Chapter, Fall Chapter meeting materials||Moncrieffe, Descamps, and Crimes of Violence in the Fourth Circuit||2013|
|44 MD ST. B.J.||Employment Based Adjustment of Status: How to Combat USCIS Fraud Findings In Immigration Court||2011|
|International City/County Management Association, The Municipal Year Book||Judicial Decisions Affecting Local Governments||1992|
|University of California, Hastings College of the Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1983|
|University of California - Berkeley||Economics||BA - Bachelor of Arts||1980|
|[March 11, 2014] Inn of Court, Montgomery County Maryland||Crimmigration||2014|
|[July 18, 2014] Maryland Office of the Public Defender Immigration Team Training||Crimmigration [faculty]||2014|
|[April 10, 2014] Bar Association of Montgomery County Immigration Section monthly meeting||section 245(i)||2014|
|[November 25, 2013] Crimmigration Update (Designed for Criminal Defense and Immigration Lawyers)||Immigration Consequences of Crimes||2013|
|[November 13, 2013] American Immigration Lawyers Association (DC chapter) Fall Chapter meeting||Crimmigration||2013|
|[November 2012] Montgomery County Maryland Bar Foundation||Ten Things Every Lawyer Should Know About the Immigration Consequences of Crimes||2012|
|American Immigration Lawyers Association, Young Lawyers Division||Litigation Primer for Master Calendar and Individual Calendar Hearings||2011|
|Crafting Immigration Friendly Pleas||Crafting Immigration Friendly Pleas||2010|
|2010 Maryland State Bar Association, Annual Meeting||Immigration Friendly Pleas||2010|
|Masters, Merits and Beyond: Practical Advice for New Immigration Court Attorneys||Immigration Court||2009|
|[October 24, 2008] MICPEL's Immigration Consequences of Criminal Activity||Immigration Consequences of Criminal Activity||2008|
|2008 American Immigration Lawyers Association Annual Conference||Child Status Protection Act||2008|
|[April 27, 2007] Immigration Law: Basics and More||Practicing Before the Immigration Court||2007|
|[April 13, 2007] The Nuts and Bolts of Deportation and Removal||Deportation and Removal||2007|
|[November 12, 2006] American Immigration Lawyers Association DC Chapter Fall Annual Conference||Child Status Protection Act||2006|
|Law School for the Public||Naturalization||2006|
|[March 19, 2005] Prince George's County Annual Alan Goldstein Criminal Law Seminar||Immigration Consequences of Criminal Convictions||2005|
|[March 11, 2005] The Nuts and Bolts of Deportation and Removal||Deportation and Removal||2005|
|Maryland Partners for Justice Conference||Immigration Consequences of Criminal Convictions||2005|
|Immigration Consequences of Criminal Convictions||Immigration Consequences of Criminal Convictions||2005|
|[January 29, 2004] Workshop, Jewish Community Center of Greater Washington||Impact of Criminal Activity on Immigration Status||2004|
|Training, Montgomery County Public Defenders||Immigration Consequences of Criminal Convictions||2004|
|[November 21, 2003] American Immigration Lawyers Association DC Chapter 2003 Fall Conference||Relief and Waivers from Criminal Convictions||2003|
|Maryland Institute for Continuing Professional Education of Lawyers||Domestic Violence||2003|
|Expert Testimony, Immigration Benefits for Victims and Criminal Deportation Issues||Immigration Benefits for Victims and Criminal Deportation Issues||2003|
|[October 25, 2002] American Immigration Lawyers Associaton 2002 Basics of Immigration Law Practice Conference||Immigration||2002|
|The Nuts and Bolts of Immigration Practice||Immigration||2002|
|The Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act of 1996: The First Six Months||Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act of 1996||1997|
Posted by anonymous
We are very thankful to Rachel and her team for putting our immigration nightmare to rest. The woman knows what she's doing. Consider yourself very lucky if Rachel is your attorney. If I were to use her services again, she can name her fee and I'll gladly double it.
Posted by Linda
Rachel is very meticulous about filing a solid case. Whenever we use her services, the outcome is always favorable. If she doesn't think you have a chance, she would tell you upfront and won't let you file something that will eventually hurt you. Her team gives you the full attention when working on your case so things don't fall through the cracks. One case at a time. I will gladly pay her double than retain some incompetent attorney who will eventually cost you a fortune.
I have never heard one negative things about Rachel's services.
Posted by Maria
We had decided to see Atty. Ullman 2 years ago based on her excellent credentials and we were not disappointed. We do not know her and no one recommended her to us but after having met with her and her staff, we felt we came to the right place and the right lawyer. I have been searching meticulously and have actually met with several lawyers near and far, prior to meeting her, in an effort to find an immigration attorney who is not only competent professionally but also approachable and with a heart to see that clients are not only customers but people with families in need of honesty and kindness too.
She listened and accommodated to our personal situations but maintained high professional and ethical standards. When finances became a problem, she worked it out with us. We were not hesitant to be honest and transparent with her with our questions, doubts and fears. She and her staff corresponded accordingly and as needed.
Most importantly, in the end, she was able to represent our case in court excellently that the judge granted us a favorable decision right away and she continued to handle our immigration needs until we finally got a permanent approval! I've got another case under her care and will absolutely refer her services, and understanding - personally and professionally.
Maria Glinsmann, Immigration Attorney
Relationship: Worked together on matter
Rachel Ullman is an outstanding removal/deportation defense attorney. She has a brilliant legal mind and a wonderful manner with clients that puts them at ease in the most difficult of immigration situations: clients facing deportation from the United States. I have had the pleasure of knowing her and working with her for almost 20 years and regularly refer my own clients to her if removal defense is required.
Rebecca Cosca, DUI and DWI Attorney
Relationship: Worked together on matter
Rachel Ullman is one of the finest attorneys I have ever worked with. She is incredibly knowledgeable and able to find solutions where there seem to be none. I wholeheartedly recommend her to handle any immigration matter with the utmost level of professionalism.