Business Immigration Litigation
Bradley Banias and the Barnwell Whaley business immigration litigation team represents clients who have matters with the Department of Homeland Security, including Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), and Customs and Border Patrol (CBP), and the Department of State.
As a former trial attorney in the District Court Section of the Office of Immigration Litigation in the Department of Justice, Mr. Banias has significant experience in this niche litigation field. He and the award winning Barnwell Whaley civil litigation team handle business immigration litigation relating to:
- adjudication delays for all petitions and applications for immigration benefits (including those delayed for terrorism-related inadmissibility grounds);
- family visas
- employment visas
- permanent residency
- naturalization or citizenship
- investor visas
- consular and regional center denials
- asylum termination
- challenges to new or proposed immigration regulations
- denaturalization actions
- immigration detention and more.
Although Barnwell Whaley is located in Charleston, South Carolina, Mr. Banias is admitted to and has experience litigating in numerous federal district and circuit courts throughout the United States.
Related ares of law:
Barnwell Whaley and Bradley Banias’ immigration litigation blog: immigration-litigation-blog.com
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Bradley Banias is an associate attorney at Barnwell Whaley. He has been practicing law since 2007.
B.C. Killough is Barnwell Whaley’s managing member. He has been practicing law since 1979.
Dawes Cooke is a member of Barnwell Whaley. He has been practicing law since 1979.
Anna Strandberg is an associate attorney at Barnwell Whaley. She has been practicing law since 2015.