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Anu’s practice focuses on counseling clients on I-9 / E-Verify policies and procedures, defending employers in civil immigration enforcement actions, and representing clients in employment-based immigration matters, including labor certification (PERM) applications and nonimmigrant and immigrant visa petitions.

During law school, Anu served as an Outside Articles Editor for the Minnesota Journal of Law & Inequality and as a Student Director for the Immigration and Human Rights Clinic, where she represented low-income clients applying for asylum and other immigration benefits.

Anu immigrated to Queens, New York with her family from India at the age of five, where she lived until she began law school in Minnesota. In her spare time, Anu likes going on hikes, traveling, cooking with her mom, and taking pictures of her Terripoo.

Key Practice Experience

  • Counseling on I-9 / E-Verify policies and procedures
  • Defending employers in civil immigration enforcement actions
  • Labor certification (PERM) applications
  • Nonimmigrant petitions, including L-1, E-2, H-1B, TN
  • Immigrant visa petitions
  • Adjustment of status applications

Publications and Presentations

  • 2023 Upper Midwest Immigration Law Conference: Employer Compliance in Post-Pandemic World, May 19, 2023
  • Spring 2021 Asylum Law Conference, Panelist (Presented by the Advocates for Human Rights & University of St. Thomas Interprofessional Center for Counseling and Legal Services).
  • The Difficulties of Establishing Rape in Qing China, John Jay’s Finest, Vol. 26, May 2011, pp. 100-106

Professional Associations

  • American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA)
    • Member, AILA local Minnesota/Dakotas Chapter
      • USCIS Liaison

Community Involvement

  • Mentor, University of St. Thomas School of Law Mentor Externship Program
  • Asylum/humanitarian cases

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