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There have been a large number of developments in the field of immigration in 2020. Some were measures implemented in light of the Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) pandemic, and others were introduced by the Trump administration as part of its immigration policies. Most, if not all of these developments, have had a profound effect on the field and practice of immigration law and, as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to present a health crisis across the world, further changes should be expected. Read the full New Jersey Law Journal article, published Dec. 2.

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Photo of Kate Kalmykov Kate Kalmykov

Kate Kalmykov represents clients in a wide-range of employment based immigrant and non-immigrant visa matters including students, trainees, professionals, managers and executives, artists and entertainers, treaty investors and traders, persons of extraordinary ability and immigrant investors. She also has extensive experience working on…

Kate Kalmykov represents clients in a wide-range of employment based immigrant and non-immigrant visa matters including students, trainees, professionals, managers and executives, artists and entertainers, treaty investors and traders, persons of extraordinary ability and immigrant investors. She also has extensive experience working on EB-5 immigrant investor matters, working with developers across a variety of industries and with private equity funds on developing new projects that qualify for EB-5 investments.

Photo of Nataliya Rymer Nataliya Rymer

Nataliya Rymer focuses her practice on employment-based immigration and compliance. She represents clients in a wide range of employment-based immigrant and non-immigrant matters, including professionals, managers and executives, artists and entertainers, treaty traders and investors, immigrant investors, and persons of extraordinary ability.

Nataliya…

Nataliya Rymer focuses her practice on employment-based immigration and compliance. She represents clients in a wide range of employment-based immigrant and non-immigrant matters, including professionals, managers and executives, artists and entertainers, treaty traders and investors, immigrant investors, and persons of extraordinary ability.

Nataliya also has experience working with employers on I-9 employment verification matters as well as H-1B and LCA compliance-related issues. She counsels employers on due diligence issues, including internal audits and reviews, as well as minimization of exposure and liabilities in government investigations.

In addition, Nataliya is experienced with family-based immigration and immigration-related federal court litigation issues, as well as waivers of inadmissibility.

Photo of Dima Al-Attar Dima Al-Attar

Dima Al-Attar is a member of the Immigration & Compliance Practice in Greenberg Traurig’s New Jersey office and is experienced in multinational business transactions. Dima regularly works with developers from a variety of industries who develop projects that qualify for EB-5 investments. She

Dima Al-Attar is a member of the Immigration & Compliance Practice in Greenberg Traurig’s New Jersey office and is experienced in multinational business transactions. Dima regularly works with developers from a variety of industries who develop projects that qualify for EB-5 investments. She also prepares various immigrant and nonimmigrant employment-based petitions. Dima additionally assists clients with adjustment of status, consular processing and naturalization.