Virginia, US

Liz is an Associate at our New York office where she practices exclusively in the field of immigration and nationality law. Liz works on a variety of employment and family-based nonimmigrant and immigrant petitions, including petitions for individuals with extraordinary ability, intracompany transferees, treaty investors, North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) professionals, and foreign workers in specialty occupations, among others. Liz currently advises companies in the advertising, financial services, media, technology, healthcare and nonprofit sectors on issues involving employment-based temporary and permanent visa categories, family-based permanent residence applications, and U.S. citizenship applications.

During law school, Liz was President of the Student Bar Association, President Emeritus and Alumni Chair of the Brooklyn Law Immigration Society, 2nd Circuit Lieutenant Governor of Programming for the American Bar Association, Social Chair of the Alternative Dispute Resolution Society, and winner of the National Law Review Fall 2013 Student Legal Writing Contest.

Prior to joining Fragomen, Liz worked as a Law Clerk with the International Refugee Committee, where she filed applications for refugees, asylees and other immigrants for adjustment of status and United States citizenship, drafted affidavits of support, conducted refugee and asylee interviews, and attended State Department refugee allocation meetings. Liz also worked with the Safe Harbor Asylum Clinic through Brooklyn Law School, where she worked directly with clients to prepare their cases to file for asylum in the United States. Additionally, Liz also interned with the United States Attorney’s Office, working directly under the Chief of the Federal Civil Litigation Eastern District of New York Division Immigration Unit, where she prepared civil immigration cases and conducted depositions.


Brooklyn Law School | J.D., 2015
University of Virginia | B.A., 2007

Professional Accomplishments / Memberships

Bar Admissions: New Jersey

Court Admissions: Supreme Court of New Jersey

Member, American Immigration Lawyers Association

Member, American Bar Association

Publications and Lectures

Co-Author, “H-1B and L-1B: Staying Nimble in Times of Unprecedented Change.” New York Law Journal, May 21, 2015: n.pag. Web.

Co-Author, “USCIS Ombudsman 2014 Annual Report Confirms Immigration Stakeholders’ Concerns.” The Metropolitan Corporate Counsel, Vol. 22, No. 9 (September 2014): 53. Print and Web.

Author, “The H-1B Visa Program: Its Contradictory Perception and Why the U.S. must Increase the Visa Cap.” The National Law Review, October 26, 2013: n.pag. Web.