|University ||Agnes Scott College, B.A., 1991|
|Law School||Georgia State University, J.D., 1996|
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American Immigration Lawyers Association
Raazia K. Hall is a Shareholder in the Atlanta office of Jackson Lewis P.C. where she focuses on Immigration Law.
Ms. Hall has numerous years of experience in employment-based immigration matters and employment documentation issues for domestic and international companies. Working with Human Resources Professionals and In-House Counsel, she assists in all aspects of visa matters related to the hiring and retention of foreign employees. She also is a frequent writer and speaker on issues related to immigration law, including I-9 compliance and worksite enforcement. She has numerous years of experience in advising clients on I-9 employment eligibility verification and E-verify. She also defends companies subject to government audits and investigations.
Ms. Hall is a member and former officer of the American Immigration Lawyers Association. She served as Chair of the Young Lawyers Division of the American Immigration Lawyers Association. She has been a member of the Executive Committee of the International Law Section of the State Bar of Georgia. Ms. Hall was selected by Peer Recognition as a Top Attorney in Georgia Trend Magazine in 2012.
Ms. Hall was selected as a 2005 “Georgia Rising Star” by Georgia Super Lawyers and recognized by Chambers USA: America s Leading Lawyers for Business in 2008. She is also AV Peer Review Rated by Martindale-Hubbell.
Ms. Hall received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Agnes Scott College in 1991. She earned her Juris Doctor from Georgia State University, in 1996. She is a member of the Georgia Bar. She also served on the Board of Directors for the National Association for Women in Construction and has volunteered for the Susan G. Komen breast cancer foundation.
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Immigration Reform Update
Davis C. Bae,Minnie Fu,Raazia K. Hall,Sean G. Hanagan,David S. Jones, September 25, 2014
With comprehensive immigration reform legislation no longer a realistic possibility for the foreseeable future, advocates for reform have shifted their focus to executive actions the President may take unilaterally to implement changes in immigration policy.
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