To foster greater global connections and enhance bilateral relationships, China has announced an expansion of its visa-free policy for travelers from certain countries. Starting in early December 2023 andContinue Reading China Expands Visa-Free Access for Six Countries: France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Spain, and Malaysia
Anna Reiff provides assistance to clients in the practice of business immigration law. Anna worked as a family and business immigration paralegal for two years after completing her undergraduate education at New York University. There, she worked on a large variety of immigration matters including H-1Bs, L-s, TNs, Os, Ks, and both family- and employment-based Adjustment of Status applications. While attending The George Washington University Law School, Anna interned with the DOJ Office of Immigration Litigation where she furthered her interest in the practice of immigration law. Anna has experience connecting and communicating with clients to ensure that their immigration matters proceed smoothly and efficiently.
‡ Admitted in Maryland. Not admitted in Virginia. Practice limited to federal immigration practice.
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