Our office assists health care facilities and health care workers with all nonimmigrant and immigrant visa categories, including National Interest Waivers, Conrad Waivers, Labor Certification, and all the related regulatory requirements.
Our office assists scientists, athletes, and artists with obtaining temporary work authorization and green cards with and without employer sponsorship. This includes O-1, National Interest Waiver, EB1-1 Extraordinary Ability, and EB1-2 Outstanding Researcher/Professor options.
Our office assists with temporary visas from A-V (and all subcategories) and permanent visas including PERM labor certification. We work with a wide variety of institutions, from large colleges and universities to small tech firms.
We serve a wide variety of clients with family and humanitarian cases with an effort to evaluate each situation to find the best strategy. We have a particular focus on children, including DACA and adoptions, as well as provisional waivers, and motions and appeals.

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Attorney Kludt interviewed for Daily Hampshire Gazette column by Razvan Sibii on The Resistance, as Organized by Immigration Lawyers
Original post in the Daily Hampshire Gazette's Opinion Column, written by Razvan Sibii on January 5, 2020 Throughout 2019, the journalists working the immigration beat...
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Attorney Kludt lectured at the University of Massachusetts Amherst on Asylum and Detention at the Southern Border
Attorney Megan Kludt guest lectured at the University of Massachusetts Amherst for an honors course titled "American Struggles: Immigration and Mass Incarceration" on December 5th. ...
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Attorney Peryeva lectured at Smith College on Gender & Asylum Law on December 9th, 2019
Attorney Aleksandra Peryeva guest lectured a class on Gender & Asylum Law at Smith College on December 9th. The course, Gender, Law & Policy, taught...