WASHINGTON, DC – (December 7, 2015) – Hammond Young Immigration Law LLC and Grossman Law, LLC today announced a strategic partnership to help clients navigate the complex maze of U.S. immigration laws and policies. The two firms combine decades of experience in a broad range of immigration issues. Together the firms are uniquely positioned to provide comprehensive, concierge-level, immigration law services and to develop creative and ethical solutions for diverse businesses, high-achievers and families. The range of services offered by the partner firms is unparalleled and includes:
“This unique partnership will greatly benefit our clients by providing greater in-depth knowledge and understanding of complex, non-employment related immigration issues,” said Becki Young.
Sandra Grossman added, “We are thrilled to join forces with Hammond Young. This new partnership will allow us to more fully address all of our clients’ needs and concerns, especially in regard to offering business and employment related solutions.”
The partnership will offer clients access to top DC immigration lawyers including:
Sandra Grossman - a reputed humanitarian lawyer, frequent publisher and sought-after speaker on immigration issues, a top-rated “Super Lawyer” in Maryland, and a former American University Law School Adjunct Faculty Member.
Denise Hammond - a Chambers Global-ranked corporate immigration lawyer named by Washingtonian, Legal Times and Chambers U.S. as a leading immigration lawyer.
Christina Wilkes - a noted humanitarian lawyer, frequent speaker on immigration law, and recognized former Legal Director of Ayuda, a DC-area legal services organization.
Becki Young - a prominent business immigration lawyer ranked by Washingtonian and U.S. News & World Report who regularly publishes and lectures on immigration issues.
Hammond Young is well-known for its immigration counsel to major companies in a range of industries. Grossman Law is a full service immigration law firm, helping families and individuals navigate a wide array of immigration matters. Both firms have a deep commitment to pro bono work.