Joan C. Orejuela, Associate, has experience in a wide range of immigration matters, including nonimmigrant visas, labor certification applications, employment-based and self-sponsored immigrant petitions, and family-sponsored immigrant petitions. Seton Hall University (BA 2011), Seton Hall University School of Law (JD 2014) . Ms. Orejuela is admitted to the Bar in New Jersey. Ms. Orejuela has served as a legal intern with the United States Department of Justice, Executive Office for Immigration Review, Office of the General Counsel.
Joan’s practice focuses on:
- The representation of multinational and domestic corporations, their employees and private individuals in business immigration matters before U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, the U.S. Department of Labor, Department of State and at U.S. Consulates worldwide;
- Global Mobility; obtaining visas and work permits associated with “outbound” immigration matters (including transfer of personnel from the US to other continents; and/or transfers between or within other countries);
- All nonimmigrant employment based work visas, including H, L, E, TN, J, O and P;
- Assisting individuals in specialty occupations, intracompany transferee executives, managers, and individuals with specialized knowledge obtain nonimmigrant visas;
- Assisting individuals with extraordinary ability, individuals who are outstanding professors and researchers, individuals who are multinational managers and executives, individuals with advanced degrees, exceptional ability, and individuals whose immigration is in the national interest obtain immigration benefits;
- Matters involving: Adjustment of Status, Exchange Visitors, Treaty Trader and Investors, Immigrant Visas, Temporary Work Visas and Naturalization.