Are you having problems bringing your husband or wife or other family members to the United States?
- We assist U.S. citizens and lawful permanent resident families to prepare and file the necessary petitions and applications which will enable them to be united with their foreign national fiancés, spouses, children, parents and siblings.
Are you having problems finding workers to harvest your crops, to work in orchards, to take care of your horses or cattle or to work on your farms?
- We help farmers and ranchers file temporary H-2A petitions for seasonal agricultural workers when they cannot find qualified and available workers in the U.S.
Are you having problems finding either construction workers, roofers, landscapers, janitors or other seasonal, temporary workers? Or are you having difficulties filling positions that require a college or advanced degree in Northern Virginia?
- We work with businesses to file H-2B petitions for temporary, seasonal workers to fill jobs that do not necessarily require a college degree; and to explain the options available to businesses that need highly skilled foreign nationals in occupations for which they cannot find qualified workers in the U.S.
Are you having problems in filing your application for naturalization?
- We prepare and file applications for U.S. citizenship on behalf of qualified and eligible lawful permanent residents.
Are you having problems with the immigration service because you have remained in the U.S. without permission, worked without authorization, have been charged with a crime, or entered the U.S. without a visa or without inspection?
- We advise individuals of their options if they are currently out of status or in removal or deportation proceedings.
What some of our clients have said about Donusia Lipinski’s services:
“I appreciate you coming in Saturday to try and help my friend. You are obviously very compassionate and caring – that is rare to see in a law office :-) As I sat there listening to you speak in Spanish with my friend & his wife, I thought what a wonderful person you must be. Thank you for your kindness.” May 27, 2013 DB
“I just really want to take this time to say thank you! I couldn’t have come this far by myself. All of your advice and all of your guidance has brought me to this incredible amount of happiness. I am incredibly thankful for all of the hard work you have put into our case. I do believe God puts people in our paths to leave permanent footsteps, and whether we win this case or not, you will forever have left footsteps in our lives. Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!” - From a satisfied client
“I just wanted to thank you very much again for everything you have done for us. I am so happy and relieved. It was a pleasure working with you. I feel so privileged to know you. You are an inspiration to me. Thank you for sharing your talents, smarts and passion.” – Feedback from an outreach program I did in Winchester.
“I am with my children today and am able to support my family because of Donusia’s hard work in defending me in immigration court before the before the Immigration judge.” - Carlos lived in the U.S. for many years and had four children in the U.S. and was able to apply for permanent resident status before the immigration judge.
Some quotes from recent news article about Ms. Lipinski (read full article)
“Fluent in Spanish, Ms. Lipinski moved here in 2008 and opened her law office the following year. She leads immigrants through the naturalization process, takes on “highly selective” deportation cases and helps immigrant victims of domestic violence or abuse. She practices only federal law in Virginia.”
“A key component of Ms. Lipinski’s practice is working with “blended families.” In such a family, one member is undocumented while others, such as a spouse and children, are in the country legally and might even be U.S. citizens.”
“A lot of (immigrant) families are living in fear” that a loved one could be deported, she says.