Catholic University of America
J.D. from Columbus School of Law
Bachelors of Art from Connecticut College
Preparing and filing H-1B petitions, including H-1B cap subject cases, extensions, and H-1B portability cases with USCIS for a wide range of occupations, including IT workers, engineers, and physicians;
Preparing and filing L-1 work visa petitions for intracompany transferees
Preparing and filing E-3 visa applications for Australian professionals;
Preparing and filing PERM labor certifications with the US Department of Labor and preparing company responses to PERM Audit Notices;
Preparing and filing I-140 EB1, EB2, and EB3 Immigrant Petitions with USCIS;
Preparing and filing I-485 applications to adjust status;
Drafting appeals to the Board of Alien Labor Certification Appeals and the Administrative Appeals Office;
Advising clients on remaining compliant with federal immigration laws; and
Assisting clients in developing recruitment plans that meet their business objectives while also ensuring that these plans meet the requirements of the federal law.
Cadence grew up in Cincinnati, Ohio. She attended the Catholic University of America: Columbus School of Law. While in school, she was Senior Note & Comment Editor with the Journal of Contemporary Health Law and Policy and Managing Editor with the International Journal of Civil Society Law. After graduating, Cadence obtained a research fellowship with Professor Karla Simon of the Columbus School of Law. In this position, she researched Chinese civil society issues and edited the written work of Professor Simon. Cadence has served on the boards of ProKids Young Professionals and the Cincinnati Country Day School.