|University ||Biola University, B.A., cum laude, 1993|
|Law School||Seattle University School of Law, J.D., magna cum laude, 2010|
|Admitted||2011, Washington; 2012, Colorado|
|Memberships ||Colorado Bar Association; Denver Bar Association; Washington State Bar Association; American Immigration Lawyers Association.|
Dean's List, 2008-2009. Moot Court Competition, 2009. Recipient, CALI Award: Advanced Constitutional Law, Political Process, 2010. Experience in US Immigration Law including NIV and IV processes.
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USCIS Clarifies Eligibility Requirements for STEM OPT Extension
Nicole Brooks,Justin Coffey,Ceridwen J. Koski,Whitney Larson,Stephen D. Parker, November 25, 2013
A recent interim policy memorandum, released by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), clarifies the degree completion requirements for the 17-month extension of Optional Practical Training (OPT) available to F-1 students enrolled in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics...
The Federal Government Reopens: An Update on Immigration Processing
Stephen D. Parker, October 22, 2013
The government officially reopened on October 17, 2013 after a shutdown that started on October 1. The shutdown had substantial immigration consequences for employers. At least some of these issues have been resolved as outlined below.
FAQs on Immigration Processing During the Federal Government Shutdown
Charles Edward Gillman,Ceridwen J. Koski,Stephen D. Parker, October 8, 2013
As of the evening of October 3, 2013, Congress has not yet reached an agreement to fund the federal government. As a result, some federal agencies that rely solely on government funding cannot provide services and have been partially shut down. Those agencies that receive funding from fees or other...
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