Business as Usual at KMW LAW Amid COVID-19 💼
Updated: Jun 17, 2020
EDIT June 17, 2020:
Since Governor Whitmer has allowed law offices to re-open, most of our team is now working in our offices again. 🎉 We are taking the necessary precautions to keep you, and our team, safe and healthy. If you need to come to our offices for any reason, please email a member of our team first, wear a mask, and practice social distancing. We are excited to have our team back together again, working hard to achieve your immigration needs and goals. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to reach out to us at email@example.com.
EDIT March 25, 2020:
Due to Governor Whitmer's "Stay-at-Home" Executive Order, most of our team is operating remotely. With that being said, we are allowed 1-2 designated people to go into the office as needed. Please note that you may continue to send your documents, payments, etcetera to our normal office address. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Stay healthy and safe.
This blog post is to notify you of KMW LAW's response to the COVID-19 virus. We ask that you please do not come into our offices if you are sick. Instead, we will take care of your immigration needs digitally (phone or video calls, emails, etc.)
Here is the message from our senior partner:
"We realize the severity of the COVID-19 virus and are taking precautions as the situation unfolds. With that said, we are continuing business as usual. We are working hard in our offices to submit petitions even further in advance, merely as a precautionary measure. Every necessary resource is in place at our law offices to continue submitting your cases to the USCIS in our usual, timely manner.
If your office is closed, please let us know any necessary details relative to your office hours; dates of closure; etc. Most important, please advise us whether we need to send U.S. mail or Federal Express courier packages to a different company address so we can avoid any issues involving the forwarding of USCIS/DOL notices, and, immigration documents sent to your offices for signature. Your cooperation in this matter is highly appreciated.
Do not hesitate to reach out with any questions or concerns you may have (email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org). Also, please remember to check your state and local COVID-19 response measures. Think positive and stay healthy."
Kevin M. Wilhelmi