We Are Moving!

We are excited to announce that we will be moving office locations on January 19, 2019!

 Our new location in Suite 225 of the Camden Building at 3724 National Drive Raleigh, NC 27612 will be up and running for regular business hours on Monday January 21, 2019.

Our staff is excited to share the new space in the upgraded building with our clients. Note that the Camden Building is beside our existing office in the Chatham building, making it an easy 2 minute walk from the previous location.

Easy access parking is available to clients on the front and back sides of the Camden building.

Our office, which is on the second floor, can be accessed by the stairwell or the elevator in the main lobby of the building.

All appointments will take place at the new location beginning January 21, 2019.

Please address any mailed packages that are sent for delivery on or after January 19th to:

Edgerton Immigration Law

3724 National Drive, Suite 225

Raleigh, NC 27612

Please note that our office numbers and P.O. Box will not change.

We welcome clients to give us a call with any questions or concerns regarding the change of address. 

Main Office Line: 919-301-0055

P.O. Box 10564

Raleigh, NC 27605

 We look forward to seeing you at the new location!  

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