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Christine Meeuwsen

Attorney

800 W. Main Street, Suite 1750, Boise, ID 83702

Christine focuses her practice on employment-based immigration law

As an employment-based immigration attorney, Christine guides U.S. employers and their employees through the complex immigration processes from nonimmigrant statuses all the way through lawful permanent residency. She keeps current in the ever-changing immigration landscape to provide her clients advice on the latest trends in employment-based immigration.

Since becoming a licensed attorney, Christine has handled both administrative and legal proceedings appearing before the U.S. Customs and Immigration Service (USCIS), Immigration Customs Enforcement (ICE), the Board of Immigration Appeals, and multiple immigration courts. She has represented clients as they work through all types of immigration status issues.

Experience

Nonimmigrant Status
  • Professional Workers (H-1B visas)
  • NAFTA (B-1)
Permanent Residency Process
  • Outstanding Researchers
  • PERM Labor Certification
  • I-140 Petitions
  • Adjustment of Status/Consular Processing
Other Immigration Matters
  • Family-based immigration
  • Waivers
  • Naturalization
  • Visas for Victims of Criminal Activity (U visas)
  • Asylum
  • Removal defense

Education

Bar Admissions

Court Admissions

Professional and Civic Affiliations

  • American Immigration Lawyers Association, Idaho Chapter Member
  • Idaho Fourth District Bar Association, Member
  • Idaho State Bar Association, Member
  • Federal Bar Association, Member
  • Idaho Volunteer Lawyer's Program, Volunteer
  • Idaho Women Lawyers, Member
  • Friends of the Boise Public Library, Board Member
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