Ms. Doerrie has practiced immigration law exclusively since 1998. She is experienced in all areas of U.S. immigration and nationality law practice, including derivative citizenship and naturalization, immigrant residency (green card) petitions through family and employment sponsorship, non-immigrant visas (F students, E, H-1B, J, O, L and TN employees/investors, B visitors, K fiance(e)s, R religious workers, and T and U trafficking and crime victims), DACA, consular processing, waivers, petitions under the Violence Against Women Act, asylum, NACARA, and refugee adjustment. Ms. Doerrie also litigates occasional immigration removal cases before the U.S. Immigration Courts and U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. Her current solo law practice focuses primarily on family-based immigration, DACA, consular processing and waivers, naturalization, and occasional asylum and removal defense litigation.
A passionate advocate for the immigrant community and former law professor, Ms. Doerrie often conducts workshops and law clinics and frequently speaks at immigration conferences and trainings. On three different occasions, Ms. Doerrie traveled to Warsaw Poland as a featured speaker at PWSBIA international migration conferences.
Should you desire more information about Ms. Doerrie and her immigration and nationality law practice, please contact her office by telephone or e-mail.