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Allison D. Gray advises and represents major corporations, in particular those in the advertising, digital marketing, media and public relations industries, in employment-based immigration matters.
Ms. Gray has worked in immigration law for more than 10 years. Among her most notable work, she has represented a university in an investigation of its H-1B Labor Condition Applications conducted by the Department of Labor, won an appeal filed with the Administrative Appeals Office that reversed the denial of an extraordinary ability immigrant petition, and filed numerous successful O-1 petitions and immigrant petitions for advertising creative professionals and strategists of extraordinary ability. She has also successfully transferred managers, executives and specialized knowledge professionals within multinational organizations from foreign offices to the U.S., both temporarily (on L-1 visas) and permanently (by obtaining green cards).
In addition, Ms. Gray has represented pro bono clients, including obtaining asylum for nationals of Chad and Belarus, and obtaining Special Immigrant Juvenile Status for a brother and sister from Honduras.