Immigration law sometimes intersects with bankruptcy law or matrimonial law or involves multiple jurisdictions. My licenses in multiple jurisdictions and study in other concentrations in my law practice assist me in helping clients with multijurisdictional problems or multi-issue cases. Immigration law involves not just law, but also timing and creativity.
Marvin Wolf has worked on family immigration cases since 1995 (when it was still called the INS).
Baruch College CUNY Bachelor of Business Administration Degree (cum laude) - 1974 NYU School of Continuing and Professional Studies Paralegal Diploma (1st in class)- 1990
Juris Doctor graduate from Brooklyn Law School in 1995
Admitted to Supreme Court of the State of New Jersey - 1995
Admitted to United States District Court of the District of New Jersey - 1995
Admitted to Appellate Division of the Supreme Court of the State of New York (2nd Department) - 1997
Admitted to Federal District Court for Southern District of New York - 1998
Admitted to Federal District Court for Eastern District of New York - 1998
Admitted to Supreme Court of the United States of America - 2000
Admitted to State Bar of Commonwealth of Pennsylvania - 2014
Awards and Memberships:
American Jurisprudence Award in Legal Writing - 1991 Evening Session Moot Court -1991 Member Phi Delta Phi Legal Ethics Fraternity
Member American Inns of Court
Member Brooklyn Bar Association (Committee on Bankruptcy)
National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys (NACBA) - NJ State Co-Chair and Member of the Month
Member - National Panel of Consumer Arbitrators - Council of Better Business Bureaus, Inc.