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About Attorney Mark A. Urbanski

Attorney Mark A. Urbanski has specialized in immigration law since 1996.  He received his B.S. from Cornell University and J.D. from the State University of New York at Buffalo and is admitted to the bars of the State of New York and District of Columbia as well as numerous Federal District Courts and Courts of Appeals.  He represents and advises individuals, corporations, small businesses, educational institutions, investors and others in all areas of immigration law.   Having worked extensively with G-4 clients since 2005, Mr. Urbanski is one of the most knowledgeable attorneys in the U.S. regarding G-4 visas and issues and options pertaining to G-4 principles and dependents.  Mr. Urbanski also has extensive experience working with universities, school districts and private/independent schools in the recruitment and hiring of foreign teachers, instructors and professors.

The Law Offices of Mark A. Urbanski PLLC has its primary office in Reston, VA and meets clients by appointment at its Washington, DC location which is located in the World Bank/IMF neighborhood.  Mr. Urbanski has presented immigration seminars at the invitation of The World Bank, International Monetary Fund, Catholic University of America and other universities in the U.S. and overseas, and to groups of fellow attorneys.  Mr. Urbanski has also taught business and international law as an adjunct faculty member at the University of Rochester, Rochester Institute of Technology and other universities.

Attorney Mark A. Urbanski

To date Mr. Urbanski has successfully obtained more than 5,000 visas and green cards for G-4 principals and dependents, professionals, skilled workers, investors and family members of U.S. citizens and permanent residents.  Mr. Urbanski has represented clients from more than 110 countries and greatly enjoys learning about other countries and cultures. Mr. Urbanski is the product of immigration himself. His father immigrated to the United States while a teenager as a refugee from post-war Poland. His maternal grandparents immigrated through Ellis Island as immigrants from Italy coming to the United States for a better life and more economic opportunity. His wife came to the U.S. as a foreign student from Vietnam to further her studies and career. He is fluent in Spanish and Italian and conversant in basic French.

Mr. Urbanski offers reduced-rate initial consultations to employees and family members of The World Bank, IMF, IFC, IDB, PAHO and the U.S. military and veterans and welcomes you to contact him to schedule a consultation to discuss your immigration legal matter.