Our Business Hours & Remote Services in Response to Covid-19

The safety and well-being of our team and clients remain our main priority during the Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic.

While closely monitoring official guidance from the CDC, our attorneys and staff will continue to serve the needs of new and existing clients during our usual business hours: Mondays through Fridays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. (Central Time).

Moving all services remotely: following Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker’s executive order for all state residents to “stay at home,” our team will be conducting all appointments via audio and videoconferencing from March 23, 2020 until April 30, 2020 (or further notice).

Although the governor’s order allows individuals to leave their home or place of residence to operate legal services (as essential businesses and operations) as well as any travel related to these services, we have chosen to avoid it as much as reasonably possible to help lessen any risk to our clients, staff and any individuals with whom they could come into contact.

We may continue to be reached at 312-561-6000, and our office is ready to accommodate the use of various technological solutions for nearly all stages of most immigration matters as well as for the secure remote exchange of documents, according to your own preference and comfort – as we have done for years for clients all over the country and around the world. We will also continue to monitor accommodations federal agencies have and may continue to put in place regarding immigration matters during this national emergency.

We know these are challenging times, especially for those of us who already struggle with the concerns of their immigration matters on a daily basis. All of us at Davidson & Seseri remain committed to providing our highest level of service in the representation of companies, individuals and families in U.S. immigration and nationality law. We have been and hope to continue working together with new and existing clients to understand how we can prevent the financial fallout stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic from standing in the way of them rightfully accessing immigration benefits and resolutions to their cases.

Last updated on April 1, 2020.