Catriona Davenport is an Associate Attorney based at the Firm’s Philadelphia office. As the head of the Family Immigration Department, Catriona specializes in helping foreign nationals join family members and spouses here in the United States.
Catriona is a native of Ireland and completed a Bachelor of Law in 2016 at University College Cork, and a Master of Law at the Beasley School of Law, Temple University in 2017. During her time at law school, Catriona was exposed to many areas of law but was always interested in subjects with an international element. For this reason, she was particularly drawn to immigration as it combines this interest with her passion for helping people.
Prior to her current position, Catriona was a Law Clerk at the Firm for almost a year and half. During this time, she gained experience in many different areas of immigration law before transitioning to her current role in the Family Department. Catriona believes in the importance of communication and strives to give clients the best possible experience as they navigate through the immigration process.
- BCl, University College Cork School of Law, 2016
- LLM, Beasley School of Law - Temple University, 2017
- Admitted to NY Bar, 2019
Additional Languages Spoken
French and Irish
- AILA Philadelphia Chapter
- New York State Bar Association
Jun 18, 2020
On Thursday, the United States Supreme Court ruled that the Department of Homeland Security’s decision to rescind Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) was deemed invalid because the Trump administration made the change without compliance with proper procedural compliance. 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.
Feb 15, 2019
On February 15, 2019, President Trump declared a state of emergency supposedly allowing him to redirect funds, previously allocated to defense, to construct and repair hundreds of miles of fencing and walls at the southern border. The $8 billion funding referenced by the President will consist not only of funds redirected from defense, it will also include funds reallocated from the Department of Treasury. Learn more on our blog.
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