Alexa Zambory leverages her business knowledge and client service strengths to assist her attorneys and their clients in making visa and other immigration processes and procedures as efficient as possible.
Through her work, Alexa is regularly in direct contact with clients and government entities, including the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service.
Specifically, she assists with non-immigrant versus immigrant visas and green card related matters including H-1B, H-2B, L=1A and L-1B intracompany transferees, TN visas, labor certifications for green cards, I-140 petitions and I-485 petitions I485s. She also works on K-1 visas, E-3 visas, employment authorization applications, and advance parole applications. Alexa performs research, reviews the data provided, drafts petitions and applications for client and attorney review and approval, and submits final versions to the relevant entity.
Alexa developed an interest in labor and employment and particularly the intersection with international law, while earning her undergraduate degree. While taking a course in human resources she was introduced to labor and employment issues, and she also studied international trade. She was fascinated by the intersection of those areas of the law, which helped her determine that she wanted to find a role that allow to apply her learnings and help people in connection.
Alexa will be attending Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law, in Indianapolis, in the fall of 2019.