Murray Osorio COVID-19 Preparedness Plan

Murray Osorio understands that clients’ immigration deadlines do not disappear even with current COVID-19 public health concerns. The Murray Osorio Preparedness Plan ensures that clients can continue to rely on Murray Osorio for the best legal services, without interruption.

Our Preparedness Plan includes:

Aggressive implementation of non-contact options for communicating and sharing information with your attorney and other members of the Murray Osorio team.

  • We are conducting all client consultations via video conference or teleconference, to provide seamless, face-to-face consultations.
  • Because our firm has invested in the most efficient and innovative systems for managing your case, we have been able to move more than 80% of our staff to teleworking without any interruption in workflow.
  • We are asking all clients to mail, fax, or courier documents to our office, whenever possible.

Strict adoption of best practices for hygiene within the office.

  • Regular thorough disinfecting of workstations and client meeting spaces.
  • Team members are required to wash their hands using CDC-recommended protocols.
  • CDC-compliant hand sanitizers at all workstations and public areas.
  • Team members who are sick will not come to the office under any circumstances.

A commitment to extending and expanding our response as necessary.

  • We will continuously monitor CDC and WHO announcements and stay ahead of the latest guidance as much as possible
  • We are committed to the twin efforts of providing the excellent legal service that you require while protecting the health and well-being of our entire team as well as our clients and the community at large.

If you have questions about our Preparedness Plan or how the current COVID-19 developments impact your immigration case, please let us know. Stay healthy and wash your hands!

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