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Dedicated to immigration law, Parker Gallini LLP provides partner-level attention and personalized representation to businesses facing immigration challenges. With more than 25 years of experience in business and family immigration law — and a superior record of success meeting the most challenging immigration obstacles — each of our seasoned partners is dedicated to achieving the right solution for each client’s needs.
Attorney Sarah Coleman, recognized by Best Lawyers in America for Immigration Law since 2016, has extensive experience working with in-house counsel, human resources and talent acquisition
professionals, foreign nationals, managers, and compliance officers on employment-based immigration matters.
Sarah manages clients’ non-immigrant and immigrant
immigration matters and advises on organization-wide issues including
immigration compliance, immigration consequences of business reorganizations,
and immigration policy development.
Firm co-founder Donald W. Parker works with businesses on all the
standard employment-based nonimmigrant visas (H-1B, L, TN, O-1 and E) as well as E-1/E-2 visas for entrepreneurs and
investors and L visas for new business start-ups in the United States.
Don also handles applications for Permanent Resident status based on
employer sponsorship, and has extensively experience assisting researchers, university faculty members and persons of extraordinary
ability and achievement.
The firm's other co-founder, John J. Gallini, has devoted his entire legal career to U.S. immigration
and nationality law. John has deep experience providing strategic advice
and counsel to both small entrepreneurial businesses and to multinational
corporations. John is recognized nationally for his expertise in representing distinguished
professors, researchers, scientists, engineers, technology
workers, business entrepreneurs and artists under the extraordinary
ability, outstanding researcher, and national interest waiver
immigrant visa categories. See his article, Managing Immigration Sponsorship: A Flexible Policy Is the Wisest Strategy.
Learn more at the firm's blog: Immigration at Work.