Robert A. Remes has been an immigration lawyer for 42 years, since 1977. He has helped thousands of people receive immigration status through family relationships, employment, asylum, DACA, special immigrant juvenile status, and cancellation of removal (after ten years in the US), and has represented people in immigration court against allegations that could result in their removal. His clients come from many different countries, including Pakistan, Iran, El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras, and he appears before immigration courts and CIS offices throughout the United States.
Bob graduated from Cornell University and received his law degree from Boston University. He is a former president of the Washington, DC chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Association.
Bob has been on the Dream Project Board since 2017. He is on the scholarship and mentoring committees and is chair of the Molly & Joseph Herman Foundation Dream Scholar Loan Fund committee. Bob also provides pro bono immigration advice upon request to members of the Dream Project community and mentees and has made immigration law and policy presentations at many Dream Project events.