Green card application based on family relationship
Various work visas, including but not limited to H-visas, O-visa, R-visa,
EB visas, PERM
Change of current status or extension of current status
Appeals with USCIS
The law firm of Bloomfield and Kempf, LLC was founded in 1992. We represent individuals to obtain the proper visa to travel to the USA and remain permanently in the country. We further represent companies of all sizes to obtain the proper visa for their employees to be eligible for work in the United States both, temporarily and permanently. We have over 50 years combined experience helping people in this field.
The firm practices in all areas of Family and Employment Immigration from marriage cases to adoption, from bringing children, spouses, fiancés and siblings from overseas, to marriage cases in the United States. We provide representation and help for those seeking to live, work, and/or reside in the United States with their family members including work permits, green cards, various work visas, PERM and other work related matters.
Our firm provide assistance with the overcomplicated Consular Processing, and the challenging I-601A and I-601 Waivers.
Bloomfield & Kempf has been Rated as a Tier 1 Law Firm in Columbus Ohio in 2010, 2011, 2012, and 2013 in the field of Immigration Law by U.S. News and Best Lawyers, the leading survey of lawyers worldwide. This is their highest recognition for law firms.
David S. Bloomfield is recognized by peers and was selected to Super Lawyers for 2004 - 2010, 2012 - 2016. Best Lawyers and has an AV Rating by Martindale Hubbel.
He has taught Immigration Law at Capital University; adjunct teacher having won Adjunct professor of the year four times. He also taught Immigration Law for 20 years at the Ohio State University Moritz College of Law. He has lectured on Immigration Law to local state and national bar associations and written articles including in law journals on immigration matters. He has been awarded the Public Service Award from EOIR presented by Janet Reno Attorney General of the United States.
Orsolya Hamar-Hilt joined the firm in 2016. She has a J.D. from her home country, Hungary, where she has practiced in the past. She also has a Masters of Law in the U.S. She has written articles in the local bar paper and lectured on immigration matters. She regularly teaches CLE classes at the local bar association. She focuses on family-based immigration, waivers, and employment-based visas.
FAMILY BASED Immigration:
I-601 and I-601A waivers: The provisional unlawful presence waiver process allows those individuals who are statutorily eligible for an immigrant visa o apply for that waiver in the United States before they depart for their immigrant visa interview. Others can apply for a Waiver when they were found ineligible for admission by a Consul.
1880 MacKenzie Dr, Columbus, Ohio 43220, United States
Monday - Friday: 8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Saturday: By appointment