Best & Associates, LLP
100 North Street Suite 413
Pittsfield, MA 01201
(413)-442-4412
Best Immigration Law Group
2001 Market Street, 25th Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19103
(215)-995-2900

about us

Best and Associates is a full service immigration law group. We are a small, all-lawyer firm dedicated to personalized services and high-caliber advocacy to solve your matter successfully, effeciently and at a reasonable price.

We help our clients achieve their goals and manage life's transitions, whether those involve sought-after professional opportunities or the sometimes unforeseen issues that may threaten one's immigration status.

...meet the team...

We specialize in change.
Change in your work. Change in your family. Change in your life.
We love what we do. We think you will too.

Immigrants often arrive alone in the United States. This is mostly for economic reasons, as long-distance travel in a group can be quite expensive. For many of those immigrants who’ve managed to settle down in the United States, however, bringing their families over to share their life will be a dream come true. It’s also a very possible dream with the help of a dependable Philadelphia immigration lawyer to advise families on ways to immigrate.
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In the middle of 2013, the Senate took a huge step toward implementing immigration reform by passing the Border Security, Economic Opportunity, and Immigration Modernization Act (S.744). The House, however, has preferred a ‘step-by-step’ approach. Five separate bills have come from the House committee, yet a comprehensive reform bill has still not been heard of from the House floor. >>Continue Reading

U.S. immigration laws are complex and pose a formidable challenge to anyone applying for a visa, a green card, or citizenship in the country. They’re not all that prohibitive, though; with a lot of patience and the expertise of a reliable immigration attorney in Philadelphia, such as Best Immigration Law Group, there’s a greater chance you can overcome the odds and be legally welcomed in the United States. Here are a few basic things to consider before assembling your immigration papers. >>Continue Reading