Myrtle Robinson Kirlew is a 1992 graduate of Howard University School of Law. From 1993 to the present, she has assisted employers, employees, families and individuals with their immigration matters. She also handles deportation defense and other matters before the immigration service and the immigration courts. First as co-founder of Robinson Jacobs and now as Principal of Robinson Kirlew & Associates, Ms. Robinson has been serving the immigration needs of businesses and families throughout the United States for over 15 years.
Ms. Robinson is admitted to practice law in Maryland and the District of Columbia. She is also a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association.
Andrea H.M. Stewartson is a graduate of the George Washington Law Center, in Washington D.C., and the Norman Manley Law School. After completing a judicial internship with the Honorable Anna Blackburn-Rigsby at the District of Columbia Superior Court, she joined the firm in 2006. Ms. Stewartson represents both corporate and individual clients with immigration matters. She has a passion for assisting Ministers of Religion and other Religious Workers obtain work visas and Permanent Residence. She also handles family-based visa petitions, citizenship and cancellation of removal. As an Immigrant to the United States, Ms. Stewartson understands the needs of individuals seeking legal status.
Ms. Stewartson is admitted to practice law in the State of New York.
Lisa Saveikis Burrow received her J.D. degree with honors from the University of Maryland School of Law and her undergraduate degree in English with honors from Columbia Union College. She principally serves as counsel to Seventh-day Adventist entities and individual clients in their immigration matters. Prior to joining Robinson Kirlew & Associates, she served for 18 years as Associate General Counsel in the Office of General Counsel, General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists, where she concentrated her practice in the areas of employment law and immigration and naturalization law. During that time she also served as in-house co-counsel for the General Conference on sexual misconduct cases and contributed to the North American Division’s Sexual Misconduct Guidelines.
Ms. Burrow is a member of the Maryland, District of Columbia, United States District Court for the District of Maryland, and United States Supreme Court bars.
Colline M. Silvera is a 1989 graduate of Howard University School of Law where she received her J. D., Cum Laude; she was also a member of the Howard Law Journal. As a law student she served as a legal intern with the Honorable Stanley Sporkin of the United States District Court. She is a former CPA who holds a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting from Atlantic Union College. Ms. Silvera began her legal career at Weil, Gotshal, and Manges in Washington, D.C., practicing in Corporate and International Tax Law. Her current practice areas are Estate Planning, Probate Administration, Immigration, and Bankruptcy. Since 1998, she has been an adjunct professor at Howard University School of Law, teaching Legal Drafting and Legal Accounting. She has also taught Bankruptcy at the University of the District of Columbia David A. Clarke School of Law.
Ms. Silvera is admitted to practice in Maryland and the District of Columbia.
Monty Jacobs – Of Counsel is a 1991 graduate of Northwestern University School of Law. Co-founding Robinson & Jacobs, P.C. in 1997, Mr. Jacobs has reduced his involvement with the firm over the past 5 years as he pursues other interests. Currently, as Of Counsel to Robinson Kirlew & Associates, Mr. Jacobs provides counsel on matters involving religious workers.
Mr. Jacobs is admitted to practice law in the State of Maryland and before the U.S. Supreme Court.