Berry Appleman & Leiden LLP Promotes Matthew Gross and Mark Yelich to Partner

Dallas, Jan. 4, 2021 – Berry Appleman & Leiden (BAL) LLP, the world’s preeminent corporate immigration firm, is pleased to announce the promotions of Matthew Gross and Mark Yelich to the partnership. “Matt and Mark exemplify the best of BAL, and we are excited to welcome them to the partnership. Both have an unwavering desire and
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Immigration & The U.S. Presidential Election: What’s At Stake for U.S. Companies

The U.S. immigration system is at a critical crossroads, and the upcoming election will decide which path it takes into the foreseeable future. In the last four years, the Trump administration has dramatically reshaped business immigration by introducing executive actions and changes at the administrative level that have curtailed virtually every route for high-skilled foreign
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BAL Introduces ‘Advisor’ – A Groundbreaking Multi-Media Immigration Platform

Leading immigration law firm elevates client experience with comprehensive, multi-media immigration knowledge platform for HR professionals and foreign nationals DALLAS – Once again transforming legal technology, Berry Appleman & Leiden LLP (BAL) has created the industry’s first multi-media platform, Advisor, dedicated to helping companies adapt to rapidly changing immigration rules. With real-time analysis from former government officials
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Immigration Law Firm Berry Appleman & Leiden is a Tech Titans Award Finalist for Corporate Innovation

DALLAS – Oct. 26, 2020 – Berry Appleman and Leiden LLP (BAL), one of the world’s leading corporate immigration law firms, is a Tech Titans Award finalist. Representing the best products, technologies, and services in software, information and business technology in North Texas, Tech Titans recognizes BAL for its proprietary Cobalt® platform as a unique and breakthrough technology in corporate
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BAL expands footprint again, launching Chicago office as gateway to the Midwest, with more offices on the way

DALLAS, Oct. 1, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Berry Appleman & Leiden LLP (BAL), the leading corporate immigration law firm with nine offices in the U.S., will add its third new office in as many years by launching in Chicago. “Chicago has always been on BAL’s radar, and the timing couldn’t be better,” said Maria DeLapp, BAL Senior Counsel who will lead the
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The End of Free Movement: Maintaining Residence Rights in a Post-Brexit World

On Jan.1, 2021, the Brexit transition period, which currently protects the residence rights EU/EEA/Swiss nationals living in the U.K., and U.K. nationals living in one of the EU/EEA countries and Switzerland, will officially end. After the end of the transition period, freedom of movement within the EU will no longer apply to U.K. nationals, and
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13 BAL Attorneys Earn ‘Best Lawyers in America’ Ranking by Best Lawyers®, 5 Named ‘Ones to Watch’

Thirteen BAL attorneys have been honored as 2021 “Best Lawyers in America” and five BAL attorneys have been named “Ones to Watch” by Best Lawyers®. The BAL attorneys named as Best Lawyers in America represent all aspects of corporate immigration and every state in which BAL has an office: David P. Berry, Founding Partner, Walnut
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BAL Transforms Immigration Automation with UiPath and Accelirate

Leading immigration law firm enhances client experience with Cobalt® UiPath Connectors and new types of RPA DALLAS – In another first in the legal tech space, Berry Appleman & Leiden LLP (BAL) in partnership with Accelirate delivers first-of-its-kind UiPath connectors, empowering clients to leverage cost-effective automation to perform immigration requests and actions within BAL’s proprietary
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Public Charge Rule: How Agile is Your Immigration Program?

In ongoing efforts to reduce immigration and narrow existing legal routes, the Trump administration has repurposed an old idea—screening foreign nationals for financial self-sufficiency. When the Department of Homeland Security proposed the public charge rule in 2018, the economy was expanding with low unemployment numbers. Now that the COVID-19 crisis has led to an economic
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