Attorney Long is a U.S. immigration attorney and a 2003 graduate of the Washington College of Law, American University, located in Washington, D.C. Her office is conveniently located in Alexandria, VA.
Attorney Long is licensed to practice law in Virginia and the District of Columbia and has also been admitted to the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia. She is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) and the American Bar Association (ABA).
Prior to practicing law, Attorney Long traveled throughout parts of Europe, the Caribbean and the Middle East and studied in Norwich, England at the University of East Anglia. Specifically, she visited England, Ireland, Brussels, Holland, Jamaica, Bahamas, Dominican Republic, Israel, and Lebanon. She taught English as a Second Language (ESL) and citizenship classes to help prepare U.S. residents for their civics and English exam.
In addition to practicing immigration law, Attorney Long is available for speaking engagements, teaching assignments, and attorney-initiated requests for fill-in appearances at the Arlington Asylum office, Arlington Immigration Court, or USCIS Office (Fairfax or Baltimore).
About the Law Office of Amy A. Long, PLLC
The Law Office of Amy A. Long, PLLC is a virtual law firm devoted exclusively to immigration legal representation.
Technology has changed how businesses operate and people communicate with each other all over the globe. We are able to stay connected to one another in ways that previously could not be imagined. This law office currently represents clients from various states across the U.S. as well as other countries, through now commonplace technological means such as email, Skype, telephone and a form-based client portal.
Many clients may be unaware that some law firms offer online (or virtual) legal representation, and therefore have not been able to imagine it as a convenient option. Not only is there no need to interact in person, it is the preferred form of representation for many clients. It saves clients a trip to my office in their otherwise busy schedules, reduces the carbon footprint, and lowers overhead costs.
Immigration law is considered federal law, meaning most states attorney ethics rules allow an attorney who is not licensed in a given state to represent clients from that state. As a result immigration lawyers have been able to offer nationwide and worldwide representation.
We always have a consultation before choosing to work with each other. The initial consultation can be over the phone or through Skype at the client’s election.