COVID-19 Notice

To all our clients and friends,

We hope all of you are doing well and staying healthy during this trying time for our Country and Planet.

All of us at the Rios Immigration Law Firm will keep you and your loved ones in our prayers and hope that this health crisis will pass without incident.

We also wanted to share with you that we have taken every prudent step possible to make our office and facilities as clean and safe as possible for both our clients and staff. If you feel compelled to come to our office for any reason, please call to make an appointment and be assured that we will continue to keep our facilities as safe and clean as possible.

If you would rather not visit the office, but need to schedule an appointment or speak with anyone at our firm, we will gladly accommodate you and schedule you for a telephonic conference at your convenience.

Furthermore, we are not closing our office or reducing our operations, so rest assured that the pandemic will not delay work on your case in any way.

If you had a hearing either at the Immigration Court, Immigration Service, or Asylum Office, they are all postponed for the time being. We will let you know new dates as soon as we receive notices from the Government.

Lastly, several of you have called asking whether it might be better to put off or delay moving forward with your cases. I actually believe to the contrary, that this may be the best time to start and move forward with your cases, as the Immigration Courts and Service are not seeing the public, but are working on case files, cases filed during this time may actually be processed faster!

In conclusion, please know that we have taken every precaution at our office to keep our facilities clean and safe, as well as safeguarding our staff and all our beloved clients that visit our office. Please email me directly if you have any questions or concerns at all, but rest assured that the Rios Immigration Law Firm continues to work as usual and all cases, old and new, will proceed without delay.

Please stay safe, may God bless and keep you and your loved ones, and remember that this too shall pass!

Warmest Regards,

Arturo Rios, Jr.

Rios Immigration Law Firm