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Atlanta, GA 30308-2219
United States of America

Bar Admissions

  • New Hampshire
  • Massachusetts

Education

  • William & Mary School of Law
    ,
    J.D.
    ,
    1995
  • University of Vermont
    ,
    B.A.
    ,
    1992
    ,
    cum laude

Kevin Miner

Kevin is a Partner in Fragomen’s Atlanta office. His practice includes working with clients to develop effective strategies for business immigration while ensuring compliance with applicable rules and regulations. Kevin has drafted key pieces of immigration legislation, and has worked closely with the U.S. House and Senate Judiciary Committees on immigration legislation.

Kevin currently serves as Vice-Chair of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA)’s Liaison Committee with the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL), where he works with high-level DOL representatives to address policy and processing issues on behalf of AILA. Kevin also serves on AILA’s Office of Transformation Liaison Committee, where he works to provide AILA’s input on efforts by USCIS to implement an electronic case filing and management system.

Representative Experience

Represented domestic and international business clients with a wide variety of immigration issues.

Provided various immigration services to business clients across multiple industries, including technology, manufacturing, health providers and financial services.

Experience in immigration compliance matters, including H-1B compliance, prevailing wage issues, and defense of government audits.

Professional Accomplishments

Memberships

Vice-Chair, American Immigration Lawyers Association, DOL Liaison Committee

Member, American Immigration Lawyers Association, Office of Transformation Liaison Committee

Member, World Affairs Council of Atlanta

Publications and Lectures

Speaker, “PERM – Surviving the Ordeal,” AILA New England Conference, Boston, Massachusetts, March 1, 2013.

Speaker, “Kellogg Language in PERM Cases,” AILA Audio Conference, November 1, 2012.

Speaker, “What Every Immigration Attorney Should Know About Export Controls Regulations and Licensing,” AILA National Annual Conference, Nashville, Tennessee, June 2012.

Speaker, “Transformation Open Forum,” AILA National Annual Conference, Nashville, Tennessee, June 2012.

Speaker, “PERM Labor Certification: The Long and Winding Road to Permanent Residency and How to Get There,” AILA National Annual Conference, San Diego, California, June 2011.

Speaker, “Legislative Update,” U.S. Business Immigration Law Issues, Sterling Education Services, Inc., Atlanta, Georgia, November 19, 2008.

Speaker, “Immigration Developments,” 5th Annual Labor & Employment Law Conference, The Seminar Group, Atlanta, Georgia, October 2, 2008.

Speaker, “Retaining Foreign Workers – Immigrant Visas,” Immigration and Employment Law Update, Sterling Education Services, Inc., Atlanta, Georgia, December 20, 2006.