Virginia, US

Nathalie practices in the area of corporate immigration law, providing counsel to domestic and multinational entities concerning employment-based visas and permanent residency. She works with companies to develop strategic planning regarding all matters of U.S. immigration and nationality law.

Nathalie also serves as the Pro Bono Coordinator for Fragomen's Washington, DC office. In this role, she organizes the office's pro bono efforts for clients applying for asylum or other immigration benefits and acts as a liaison to several nonprofit legal service providers.

Prior to joining Fragomen, Nathalie served as an Assistant Chief Counsel for Immigration & Customs Enforcement, New York District and practiced family immigration as an Associate in a New York firm. While a student at William & Mary School of Law, Nathalie served as a board member of the International Law Society and volunteered with the Capital Area Immigrants' Rights Coalition.


William & Mary School of Law | J.D., 2007
Cornell University | B.A., 2004, Summa cum laude


Immigration Equality Safe Haven Award, 2016

Virginia Bar Association Law Student Community Servant, 2007

Phi Beta Kappa, 2004

Messenger Chalmers Undergraduate Prize, Cornell University, 2004

Professional Accomplishments / Memberships

Bar Admissions: New York

Practice Limited to Federal Immigration & Nationality Law

Court Admissions: New York State Supreme Court

Member, American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA)

Member, Alliance Française

Member, Young Glimmerglass

Publications and Lectures

Nathalie has presented on a variety of immigration topics, including: immigration basics, business visitor travel, employment-based nonimmigrant visas, labor certification and supervised recruitment.

Contributing author, “Business Travelers Face New Restrictions: Changes to the Visa Waiver Program establish 'countries of concern,' possibly affecting participation eligibility.” Metropolitan Corporate Counsel, Vol. 24 (March 2016): 9. Print and web.

Contributing editor, “Advance Parole.” Immigration Law and Procedure, Vol. 5 (2012): §62.02. Print and web.