About Us

Taryn Pleva and Jan Allen Reiner combine their experience and knowledge to assist clients with navigating through the often confusing world of immigration.  The combination of Mr. Reiner’s 40 years+ of taking on the most difficult immigration cases and Ms. Pleva’s proven zealous and strategic legal representation, Reiner & Pleva, PLLC offers all immigrants the best option to succeed with their matters. At Reiner & Pleva, PLLC, we maintain high ethical standards and are committed to keeping our clients well-informed about the status of their cases, acting in their best interest at all times, and making sure that our reputation as a first-rate immigration law firm continues well into the twenty-first century. The firm’s professional reputation is built on the trust and respect of clients and peers in the legal community. Whether it’s keeping families united, adding qualified individuals to the U.S. work force, or securing a safe home, we believe that our work in immigration law not only improves the lives of individuals, but is part of what makes our own country strong. If you are a noncitizen or a business with an immigration issue, we have the knowledge and experience to help you obtain the results you need. The following is a non-exhaustive list of the immigration issues that we have helped countless clients with:
  • Asylum and refugee law (including derivative asylum applications)
  • Withholding of and deferral of removal under the Convention Against Torture (CAT)
  • Family immigration petitions
  • Petitions under the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA)
  • Stokes interviews
  • Naturalization and stalled naturalization proceedings
  • Visas for victims of criminal activity (U visas) and human trafficking (T visas)
  • Investment-based immigration
  • Employment-based immigration categories including EB-1A (aliens possessing extraordinary ability), EB-1C (intracompany transferees), EB-2 (individuals holding at least a master's degree), EB-3 (skilled workers), EB-4 (special immigrants) preference categories
  • Employment based non-immigrant categories including H-1B (specialty occupation visas), H-3 (trainee visas), L-1A (managerial/executive transferees), L-1B (individuals with specialized knowledge), E-1 (trade-related work), E-2 (investment-related work visas), O-1 (aliens possessing extraordinary ability), R-1 (religious workers),
  • Deportation and removal defense
  • Requests to join in motions to reopen with the Department of Homeland Security (DHS)
  • Waivers of grounds of inadmissibility
  • All levels of immigration and federal court review including before the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA), the Administrative Appeals Office (AAO), administrative motions to reopen before U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), and federal litigation before U.S. District Courts and U.S. Courts of Appeals

Initial Consultation

We can answer many of your immigration questions in an initial consultation either by phone or in person.

We will help you assess your situation, identify the immigration issues, and provide information you need to make an informed decision.