Ashley Hogan is an Associate Attorney in the Firm’s Philadelphia Office. Ashley has an array of experience with nonimmigrant and immigrant employment-based cases, marriage and family-based cases, and naturalization applications. She has prepared complex responses to Requests for Evidence, particularly related to H-1B, L, and I-140 filings, covering specialty occupation, right to control, maintenance of status, ability to pay and more.
Prior to joining Green and Spiegel, Ashley worked as a Law Clerk for three years assisting multinational and domestic corporations, as well as individuals, from several industries including Information Technology, Academia, Business, Transport, and Health. She helped these clients prepare filings with the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services and navigate Consular Processing with U.S. Consulates and Embassies around the world. Ashley’s passion for immigration stems from her personal background as a child of an immigrant. Her maternal family emigrated from Iran. She wishes to continue helping others pursue opportunities, whether temporary or permanent, for their career or residence in the United States.
- Juris Doctor, American University Washington College of Law, 2016
- Master of Arts in International Affairs, American University School of International Service, 2016
- Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Middle Eastern Studies, Minor in Philosophy, Rutgers University, 2013
Additional Languages Spoken
- Pennsylvania State Bar Association, 2018
- American Bar Association, 2019
Jun 04, 2019
On Friday, May 31, 2019, the Department of State (“DOS”) updated the online immigrant and nonimmigrant visa applications, Form DS-260 and Form DS-160, to include a question inquiring about the history of an applicant’s social media use. The new question requires applicants to fully disclose all the social media accounts they have used within the last five years by providing all their usernames and handles, but not passwords. Learn more in this blog.
May 23, 2019
On Thursday, May 16, 2019, President Trump unveiled his administration’s proposal for a new employment-heavy immigration system that focuses on reworking border security and the current legal Immigration system. Learn more in this blog.
Apr 26, 2019
On Thursday, April 18, 2019, USCIS held a listening session to discuss the progress of implementing President Trump’s Buy American and Hire American (“BAHA”) Executive Order aimed at strengthening protections for U.S. workers. Learn more in this blog.
Apr 04, 2019
Green and Spiegel, LLC continues to grow its immigration law practice, expanding upon business and family immigration services by adding two new associate attorneys to the team. Learn more about Catriona Davenport and Ashley Hogan in this press release.
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