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Jan 22, 2019

Green and Spiegel, LLC Announces New Partner in 2019: Dana Imperia

Dana Imperia

Dana Imperia, ESQ. has just been named Partner at Green and Spiegel’s Philadelphia office.

Philadelphia, PA: Green and Spiegel U.S. is delighted to announce that in January 2019, Dana Imperia became the Firm’s newest partner. A distinguished Business Immigration Attorney, Dana Imperia will continue to provide her acclaimed services in her new position as Partner at Green and Spiegel.

When asked about Dana’s new role as Partner, Green and Spiegel U.S. Practice Director, Jonathan Grode, said, “As one of the first attorneys to join our U.S. Practice, Dana quickly solidified herself as one of our most dedicated leaders and legal minds. Since joining Green and Spiegel in 2014, Dana’s unwavering devotion to her clients has lead to tremendous results, even in the face of an increasingly challenging environment for immigration. We at Green and Spiegel are honored to name Dana partner and look forward to years of continued growth and success.”

Recognized for her demonstrated history of success in the industry, Dana provides the best in legal services to the multinational corporations she represents and counsels. Throughout her career, Dana has developed a specialized focus and expertise in sports immigration, including major league sports, eSports, and elite athletes. Dana also leads and directs the global mobility matters for large multinational companies, spearheading all outbound immigration services provided by Green and Spiegel. With an extensive skill set ranging beyond employment-based matters, Dana’s practice additionally advises on family-based immigration matters such as naturalization and hardship waivers. These impressive efforts are recognized and bolstered by her membership with the Sports Lawyers Association and the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA). She currently serves as Chair of the Publications Committee for the Global Migration Section of AILA.

Dana began her education at Villanova University, earning a Bachelor’s Degree in English with a minor in both Japanese and Political Science. She then attended Temple University’s James E. Beasley School of Law, where she obtained a Juris Doctorate degree. Following her work with a boutique immigration law firm in Philadelphia, PA, Dana drew upon the skills she acquired as a paralegal and law clerk to begin her career as an attorney. Having turned her focus to representing multinational corporations, nonprofits, national professional sports organizations and world-renowned athletes, Dana came to Green and Spiegel in May of 2014 where she has continued this impressive roster of esteemed clients.

ABOUT: Green and Spiegel, LLC is a law firm specializing in North American immigration law. From large corporate employee transfers to difficult family sponsorships and humanitarian applications for permanent residence, Green and Spiegel can help. With top legal minds in corporate employee transfers, removal/deportation, immigrant investment, family immigration, immigration compliance, and resolving inadmissibility issues, Green and Spiegel has been recognized as an industry leader.

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