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Tiffany Hill

Tiffany Hill

(415) 395-9331 ext. 309

A second generation immigration attorney, Ms. Hill grew up spending afternoons in her father's immigration law office. However, it was her experience as a U.S. State Department intern with the Consular Section in Manila, Philippines, that inspired her to pursue an immigration law practice herself. She was moved by the challenges visa applicants faced, particularly at a high volume, high fraud post, and was intellectually drawn to supporting clients in navigating our complex immigration process. Ms. Hill is a New Jersey native who relocated to the Bay Area in 2007. She currently lives in San Francisco with her husband and daughter.

Ms. Hill represents fast-growing, mid-size corporate clients counseling them on how to establish competitive programs and scalable systems. Her practice covers both U.S. nonimmigrant (H-1B, L-1, TN, E-3, H-1B1) and immigrant (PERM, I-140 EB-1/EB-2/EB-3, AOS) petitions. Ms. Hill has helped her clients develop business traveler compliance tools and batch recruitment programs for PERM labor certification. She has also managed I-9 self-audits and electronic conversion projects from paper I-9s. She has worked with her clients' HR, Legal, and Finance teams to complete M&A due diligence, onboard employees, and forecast/monitor immigration budgets. Ms. Hill has been recognized by The International Who's Who of Corporate Immigration Lawyers 2013 to present.

Education: Cornell University, B.A. Government, cum laude, 2001; University of Maryland School of Law, J.D., with honors, 2004. 

Professional Memberships: New Jersey and New York Bar Member; American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA); Events Coordinator (former), AILA Northern California Chapter; Co-Liaison to the San Francisco U.S. Customs & Border Protection (CBP), AILA Northern California Chapter; 

Speaking Engagements and Publications: Speaker, "2018 AILA Annual Conference on Immigration Law," June 2018; “Immigration Consequences of Corporate Reorganization,” AILA Panel, May 2018; “Immigration Consequences of Changes in Employment or Corporate Reorganization,” WSM Webinar, October 2017; “Top Questions Asked by New Business Immigration Practitioners,” AILA Webinar, February 2017; “President Trump’s 1/27/2017 Executive Order,” WSM Webinar, February 2017; “Visa Options,” International Business Advisors, August 2016; “Global Mobility- Transfers Inbound to the U.S. and Outbound to Europe,” WSM Webinar, December 2015; "Advanced Topics in I-9 and E-Verify," ILW.COM, Audio Seminar, October 2012; "Electronic Verification Systems, Form I-9 Software and E-Verify Best Practices," ILW.COM, Audio Seminar, May 2012; "H-1B Visas for Specialty Occupations," Bar Association of San Francisco, September 2011; "Best Practices with Public Access Files," AILA California Chapter Conference, November 2011; "Didn't Win the H-1B Lottery? Alternative Visa Solutions," AILA, Audio Seminar, July 2008; "Permanent Portability Returns to the 4th Circuit: What is Next for Perez-Vargas," with Rómulo E. Guevara, Esq., ILW.COM, March 2007; "USCIS Adopted Decisions: Latest USCIS Efforts to Establish Uniform Policy," with Rómulo E. Guevara, Esq., ILW.COM, November 2005.

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