As a professional and an immigrant, I empathize with our clients—students, foreign professionals, and the companies looking to hire them. I was born and raised in Bangalore, India and immigrated to the U.S. to attend law school. I was fortunate to be sponsored by an immigration law firm for an H-1B visa after graduation.
My drive and passion to help all people secure justice are what prompted my interest in studying law. I earned a bachelor’s degree in laws from the Bangalore Institute of Legal Studies and a certificate in intellectual property rights law from the National Law School of India University. I left Bangalore and came to the U.S. to earn a master of laws degree from the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law at Yeshiva University in New York. I arrived in the U.S. on an H-4 dependent visa and later switched to an F-1 student visa. Initially, I focused primarily on intellectual property and employment law. After earning my master’s degree, I shifted to immigration law.
What I love about immigration law is being able to personally help people. My work has a significant impact on our client’s life for the best—and I love seeing the change firsthand from start to finish. It’s unique and fulfilling and doesn’t happen in most other fields.
In the Alcorn team, my role is to assist with employment-based immigration matters. My prior experience in this field was at a boutique London law firm where I also helped individuals and companies obtain U.S. visa and green card solutions.
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When I’m not working, I enjoy taking Zumba classes, going on long walks, exploring new cuisines and spending time with my husband and daughter.
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