Board Certified Immigration Attorney
Catherine R. Henin-Clark, P.A. focuses uniquely on U.S. immigration and immigration law. This includes business, family, and employment based immigration. Although our niche is in extraordinary ability visas, non-immigrant visas, and immigrant visas, our office currently handles all types of immigration cases. From Employment Based immigration to removal/deportation defense and immigration waivers. From family based immigration to athlete and artist visas and Green Card, and to the most complex EB-5 investor visa cases, we are the firm to trust for your immigration matters.
Individuals looking for non-immigrant visas, naturalization and citizenship help, or green card representation can trust in our law firm for help as well! We also offer our knowledge for your immigration matters regarding I-9 compliance and asylum. As a huge supporter of equal immigration rights, we can assist couples who need immigration help as a result of the ever shifting changes within the LGBTQIA community.
Drawing from more than 30 years of experience, Ms. Henin-Clark's practice focuses on nonimmigrant (temporary) and immigrant (permaneny/"green card") visa petitions and applications on behalf of investors, intra-company transferees, extraordinary ability professionals, athletes, artists and scientists, and other skilled foreign professionals and their U.S. employers. This includes E, H, L, O, P, R nonimmigrant visas and EB-1, EB-2, PERM, EB-3 employment based immigrant applications. She also represents investors of all continents with the EB-5 (direct and Regional Centers) immigrant investor visa processes.
Ms. Henin-Clark also represents U.S. employers in connection with immigration-related regulatory compliance proceedings (employment eligibility verification, I-9 audits, E-verify).
Ms. Henin-Clark often undertakes humanitariancases such as asylum cases, I-601 waivers, 212d(3) waivers, and represents individual facing removal proceedings before the Immigration Court. She also represents individuals in family related matters and naturalization (U.S. citizenship) applications.
Ms. Henin-Clark was born in Madagascar and raised in Paris, France. Prior to immigrating to the United States, Ms. Henin-Clark graduated Valedictorian from the prestigious Paris Pantheon-Assas University and was admitted to the Paris Bar Association. She then pursued her studies in the United States, obtaining her law degree from Stetson University College of Law and admitted to The Florida Bar within two years.
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