Corporate Immigration Partners

465 California St., Suite 700
San Francisco, CA 94104
415-771-7500 (firm)



B.A., cum laude, University of California, Los Angeles
J.D., Santa Clara University School of Law

Immigration law experience:

Addie has been dedicated to the practice of corporate immigration law since 2000. She represents and manages a range of corporate clients, from start-up companies to Fortune 500 technology clients, advising them on all aspects of U.S. business immigration law, including nonimmigrant work visas and applications for permanent residence. She also advises companies on general immigration policies, planning, and I-9 compliance. Before joining Pearl Law Group, Addie managed the immigration practice at a multi-practice firm.

While attending law school, Addie volunteered at The Katharine & George Alexander Community Law Center (KGACLC) where she assisted low-income residents obtain immigration advice. Addie continues to be involved in pro bono legal work, assisting both juveniles and domestic violence victims in obtaining proper immigration status and volunteering at local naturalization workshops.

Addie has published articles and is a frequent speaker at industry conferences. Recent highlights include:

  • “What’s Your Business Traveler IQ?”, MOBILITY Magazine September 2015
  • “Business Traveler and Immigration Around the World” 11th Annual Relocation Summit March 2014
  • “Immigration in 2014: Strap on Your Seat Belts” HRWest Magazine, January 2014
  • “Global Business Travelers: Strategies for Compliance – 5 Steps to Minimize Risk and Demonstrate Good Faith”, MOBILITY MagazineOctober 2013

What is your connection with immigration?

During law school I participated in a course at the local law center that was designed around providing immigration advice to low-income residents. We law students would interview the clients and work with volunteer attorneys to provide advice, solutions, and additional resources to these individuals and families. The clients were tremendously grateful for our advice, and it became apparent to me how much immigration affected their lives. The first time I was able to tell one of those clients that we would help with her immigration case, she broke down in tears. This was the moment I knew I wanted to devote my life to the practice immigration law.

What is a fun fact about you?

Throughout high school I worked at a frozen yogurt shop. I ate so much frozen yogurt in those four years that I can barely stand the sight of it now! However, I still love gummy bears.

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