Laurie Woog has over twenty years of experience in the immigration law field. She represents clients in employment and family-based immigration cases before the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) and U.S. consulates abroad in all areas of immigration, including temporary work visas such as H-1b, L-1, R-1 and O-1s, and green cards through family relationships, labor certification (PERM) and employment based on extraordinary ability in the arts, science and business, national interest waivers, and outstanding professors and researchers.
Laurie can also assist companies and corporations nationwide with business immigration needs to help employees stay in the US temporarily or on a permanent basis (with a green card). Laurie handles many applications for green cards based on marriage, extensions of status, and naturalization.
She lectures frequently on immigration topics and has authored several articles. She is an adjunct professor of Immigration Law at Union County College and previously taught immigration law at the University of Wisconsin Law School. She was recently interviewed on air about the Supreme Court’s decision on the Trump administration travel ban.