Virginia, US

Sarah practices in all areas of U.S. business immigration, with a focus on nonimmigrant visas and permanent residence. Prior to joining Fragomen in 2008, Sarah practiced business immigration with Littler Mendelson Global in Phoenix, Arizona, and began her legal career at Dinsmore & Shohl, LLP in Cincinnati, Ohio. From 2002-2003, she served as an Americorps VISTA paralegal at the Immigration Clinic of The Legal Assistance Foundation of Metropolitan Chicago. In this capacity, Sarah assisted victims of domestic violence in a variety of immigration matters.

Sarah has authored and co-authored various publications in the immigration arena, including a training manual on effective pro bono representation of immigrants, a handbook for labor counsel and human resources professionals on the nonimmigrant visa categories and regulatory comments submitted to the U.S. Department of Labor. She also co-authored an article appearing in the New York Law Journal regarding government developments in the H-1B category.

Education


Syracuse University College of Law | J.D., 2006, Chancellor's Scholar
University of Michigan | B.A., 2002, Highest Honors

Professional Accomplishments / Memberships

Bar Admissions: Ohio, New York

Member, American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA)

Co-Chair, Social Committee, AILA New York Chapter, 2009- 2010

Member, Corporate Committee, AILA New York Chapter, 2009-2010

Member, American Bar Association

Member, New York State Bar Association

Member, Ohio State Bar Association

Publications and Lectures

Sarah has authored and co-authored various publications in the immigration arena, including a training manual on effective pro bono representation of immigrants, a handbook for labor counsel and human resources professionals on the nonimmigrant visa categories and regulatory comments submitted to the U.S. Department of Labor. She also co-authored an article appearing in the New York Law Journal regarding government developments in the H-1B category.