Bernard P. Wolfsdorf is the past National President of the 15,000-member American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA). He is Managing Partner of the top-rated Wolfsdorf Rosenthal LLP (WR) immigration law firm, known worldwide for its innovation and technology, as well as its high touch services and flawless execution. Mr. Wolfsdorf specializes in a broad range of immigration areas, primarily relating to corporate global mobility, including business and investment visas. He also handles the full range of global immigration matters. He has been certified by the California State Bar as an Immigration and Nationality law specialist for over 25 years.
Mr. Wolfsdorf is a long-standing member of the Alliance of Business Immigration Lawyers (ABIL) and ABIL Global, which include the Managing Partners of the top immigration firms worldwide. Over the years, Mr. Wolfsdorf has had a major impact on the practice of immigration law. In recognition of his contribution, AILA honored him with its prestigious Service Excellence Award for his distinguished volunteer work. He has also received top-ratings and recognition from Best Lawyers, Chambers & Partners, Who’s Who Legal, Super Lawyers, EB-5 Investor Magazine, and more.
Awards & Recognition
– Best Lawyers’ Recognition, 2021
– Chambers & Partners (U.S.A.) California – “Preeminent Practitioner”
– Chambers & Partners (USA) Band 1 Southern California 2015-2019
– U.S. News & World Report – Best Lawyers in America – Tier 1 National Rating 2020
– Who’s Who Legal’s 2020 Global Elite Thought Leader in North America and Thought Leader in Corporate Immigration
– Southern California Super Lawyers 2015-2021
– Who’s Who Legal’ s “Leading and Most Highly Recommended Immigration Lawyer in the United States,” 2017-2018
– Who’s Who Legal’ s “Corporate Immigration Lawyer of the Year,” 2010-2016
– “Top 25 EB-5 Lawyer”, EB5 Investor Magazine, 2014-2020
– “Top 20 U.S. Practitioner in Immigration Law”, Law Dragon/Human Resources Executive 2013-2019
Articles, Publications, & Speaking Engagements
– Who’s Who Legal, Corporate Immigration 2017, An Era of Uncertainty: Potential US Immigration Policy Changes Under the Trump Administration