Kathryn “Kate” H. Brady joins Akula & Associates as an attorney with nearly a decade of experience exclusively practicing Immigration and Nationality Law. She is an experienced attorney who has devoted her career to employment-based and family-based Immigration, as well as Naturalization/US Citizenship before the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services, Department of Labor, Department of State and Administrative Appeals Office. She also previously practiced before the Executive Office of Immigration Review and Board of Immigration Appeals.
Ms. Brady has extensive experience in a wide variety of employment-based immigration focusing on non-immigrant visas H-1B specialty occupation employees, L-1A executives and managers, L-1B specialized knowledge employees, TN workers under NAFTA, E-2 treaty investors & essential employees as well as solutions to acquire permanent residence through the PERM and EB-5.
She has assisted many professionals, academics, health care providers, investors and religious workers in filing of nonimmigrant petitions under NAFTA, international managers and multi-national executives, intracompany transferees, (TN, L-1A, L-1B), treaty investors and essential employees (E-2), and religious workers (R-1).
Ms. Brady provides innovative Immigration solutions to companies and their employees in a range of industries including information technology, telecommunications, education, industrial services engineering, healthcare, and manufacturing industries.
Additionally, Ms. Brady has a passion for family-based immigration for those who are seeking Adjustment of Status to obtain permanent residence through a relative or spouse. She has successfully navigated the process for many persons who have been through years of uncertainty with their continued immigration status. Ms. Brady has effectively guided clients through the Naturalization process for them to become naturalized U.S. citizens or, when possible, has provided innovative solutions to prove derivative U.S. citizenship through their parents existing citizenship.