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Business Immigration Attorney Meredith C. Doll Joins Baker Donelson

Baker Donelson has added Meredith C. Doll to the Firm's Houston office as a member of the Labor & Employment Group.

Ms. Doll, who joins Baker Donelson as of counsel, concentrates her practice on business immigration matters, including strategy planning, worksite compliance and enforcement, and immigrant and nonimmigrant petitions. Her experience includes all facets of the business immigration process, including immigrant and nonimmigrant classification petitions for key employees, worksite enforcement, I-9 audits, immigration-related discrimination matters, and recruitment and hiring policies.

Ms. Doll has extensive knowledge in nonimmigrant classification petitions for professionals, treaty workers, intracompany transferees and their families. She has experience in the PERM labor certification process, immigrant classification petitions for skilled workers and professionals, and extraordinary ability and national interest petitions. Ms. Doll also advises clients on immigration policy and strategy planning, risk management and various immigration compliance matters, including worksite enforcement, employee verification and I-9, and immigration-related discrimination. In addition, she assists clients in family-based, naturalization and complex citizenship claims.

A graduate of the University of North Carolina School of Law, Ms. Doll is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association and previously served as chair of the Worksite Enforcement Committee of the Chicago chapter.

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