Sarah focuses on strategic immigration planning and complex matters relating to visa applications and petitions. She provides advice concerning hires requiring immigration sponsorship, helps clients stay up to date with immigration issues affecting their employees, and counsels clients on matters including Program Electronic Review Management (PERM) and Request for Evidence (RFE) responses. In addition, Sarah advises companies on best practices related to Department of Labor audits as well as site visits and fraud checks by US Citizenship and Immigration Services, and helps clients develop and review effective compliance programs.
Before joining Mintz, Sarah served as internal immigration counsel for a global IT company, and worked as an immigration attorney for a Boston law firm.
- Suffolk University Law School (JD)
- Northeastern University (BS, magna cum laude)
- Member, American Immigration Lawyers Association
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On March 31, 2017, USCIS released a policy memorandum addressing the adjudication and review of H-1B petitions for Computer Programmers.