Richard Wilner

333 City Blvd West
Suite 1918
Orange, CA 92868, United States
Phone: 7149198880
Fax: 7149198881
Areas of Practice
  • Immigration Law

Prosecutorial Discretion + Prioritization = Hope

Yesterday, the Obama Administration announced an (immigration) Prioritization Plan. Priority: enforcement of immigration laws against serious criminals who are a threat to our public safety, i.e. deporting them. Not a priority:…more
 /  Immigration Law

Immigration to Naturalization to Specialization...A Lawyer's Personal Journey

From Immigration to Naturalization to Specialization: A Lawyer's inside view on the process of it all. Read how our very own W&O associate Attorney Aggie Dolinska, a Polish immigrant, conquered the immigration process from…more

Immigration Process Is Quicker than Procrastination

While doing it right may take longer, it is much shorter than procrastinating. Do it now, do it right and never do it again. …more

A Promise Kept

Client was on his deathbed. Cancer got the better of him. Promised him that we would do whatever we could to make sure that his family was taken care of. And, we did. Battle won in immigration court. Cancellation of removal…more
 /  Immigration Law

Salt Lake City...Here We Are!!!

W&O continues to dominate the immigration marketplace and expands once again. To that end, we are pleased to announce the opening of our first office outside the state of California, namely Salt Lake City, Utah. Firmly rooted…more
 /  Immigration Law

Suing the U.S. Department of State

When people are about to give up...we get started. Doctrine of Consular Nonreviewability did not prevent us from going to the mats...and winning the case on behalf of our clients…more
 /  Immigration Law

Pinoy and Prejudice

All men are created equal, just some more equal then others. Just because the Philippines has a high incidence of U.S. related immigration fraud doesn't mean that because your Filipino you should be suspected of fraud. …more
 /  Civil Rights, Immigration Law

Missing your Family: Creative Game Planning for Family Reunification

You need to know what you're doing in order to do this type of stuff. From consultation to documenting the procedural history to the overall game plan, motions to reopen granted...priority dates retained and family reunited. …more
 /  Immigration Law

First Comes Love, Then Comes Marriage, Then Comes Conditional Permanent Residency

People think that getting married to an American citizen is all it takes to become lawful. Nope. Even if married, one must still be eligible to apply for lawful permanent residency. Even if eligible, the it doesn't end…more
 /  Immigration Law

Above The Law.,,Not

An immigration prosecutor, basically the equivalent of a district attorney was recently sentenced to almost 18 years in prison for bilking and bribing immigrants. We commend the government in its prosecution of Peter…more
 /  Immigration Law

H-1B Season Again: Employers Beware

U.S. Department of Labor fines Maryland Public Schools almost 2 million dollars and orders it to pay almost 5 million in back wages. Don't be left in the dark when it comes to filing and H1B application. Whether you've found a…more
 /  Immigration Law
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