Lindsey M. Medina
Lindsey Medina counsels clients ranging from multinational corporations to start-up companies on corporate immigration law, including employment-based temporary visas (B-1, E, F, H, J, L, 0, R, and TN), permanent residency (PERM, I-140, EB-1, EB-2, EB-3, and EB-4), and employment compliance.
Lindsey advises clients across a variety of industries including academic, automotive, engineering, financial services, staffing, technology, and religious institutions. Once a client has identified foreign talent, Lindsey works with her client and the foreign national employee (and their family) to devise a strategy to align with short-term and long-term immigration needs.
Lindsey works with clients to understand their industry, motivation, and business needs to develop policies and practices to secure and retain foreign talent while protecting the US employer from exposure to liability for non-compliance.
Many of Lindsey’s clients maintain alternative working arrangements: teleworking, visiting client locations, and third-party placements. These alternative working arrangements are the way of the future but can present challenges to the non-immigrant and immigrant visa processes. Lindsey has extensive experience in counseling clients in this area and developing best practices to maintain compliance.
State Bar of Michigan
American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), Michigan and National Sections