Alexandra is an immigration attorney in the Atlanta office. She has been working the in the field of immigration law since 2007, developing a comprehensive understanding of employment-based and family-based immigration. Her experience includes managing the immigration process for multinational corporations in various industries and business sectors, including software development, packaging/logistics, defense/security, aerospace engineering, optical networking, environmental and electronics engineering, IT consulting, insurance, and academia, among others.
Alexandra works with multinational organizations to develop and implement internal immigration policies and procedures, including employee policies, I-9 and LCA compliance, and merger and acquisition strategies. She provides strategy guidance and legal counsel in connection with all aspects of the nonimmigrant and immigrant visa process, including filings with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, the Department of State, and the Department of Labor.
Alexandra is admitted to practice law in Georgia, and is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association. She is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame (B.A. in Political Science and Peace Studies) and Kennesaw State University (M.S. in Conflict Management). She obtained her law degree from Georgia State University. Throughout law school, Alexandra worked full-time as a supervising paralegal for a corporate immigration law firm in Atlanta and continued her employment with that firm as an attorney prior to joining Ogletree.
Alexandra is an active board member of both World Trade Center Atlanta and the Technology Association of Georgia (TAG) International Business Society; and she regularly provides pro bono immigration counsel in partnership with various non-profit organizations in Atlanta.