Alan Pollack

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Alan J. Pollack has been in Immigration practice in both New Jersey and New York for over 21 years, specializing in business immigration, I-9 compliance, and complex family visa issues.

Mr. Pollack is a recent Past Chair of the New Jersey Chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) which is the national association of Immigration Attorneys with over 12,000 members nationally and internationally.  He currently serves as an Executive Committee Member (Secretary) of the Immigration Section of the New Jersey State Bar.  Mr. Pollack is also on National AILA’s USCIS Field Office Operations Liaison Committee and is an Adjunct Professor at Montclair State University, where he teaches a course on Immigration Law and Politics.  Mr. Pollack was once again named Best Lawyers and Law Firm for the State of New Jersey (Immigration) by U.S. News & World Report 2016 (Tier 1) for the third year in a row.  Mr. Pollack has also been accepted into the Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers, the highest achievement possible under the Martindale-Hubbell attorney ratings system.

Mr. Pollack has appeared on television and in the newspaper regarding Immigration issues and has spoken both locally (NJICLE) and nationally (such as the AILA Annual Conference) on immigration issues.  He has published numerous articles on immigration topics.  He has served as the Chair of a committee for the NY or NJ Chapter of AILA for many years, including the UPL, EOIR, Dept. of Labor, and Ethics committees.  He also served as a member of the National AILA UPL committee.

Mr. Pollack is admitted to both the New Jersey and New York Bar Associations.

Mr. Pollack is experienced in business immigration as well as I-9 compliance and audit representation.  He is also well-versed in family immigration and deportation issues.  His well-rounded experience in all areas of immigration law allows him to build a comprehensive strategy for all immigration cases that he represents, and he is often called upon to handle the more difficult and complicated immigration cases.