Stephanie DiPietro is the founding attorney at the Law Office of Stephanie DiPietro, P.C. where she represents large corporations, small businesses, and individuals (including musicians, artists, and design professionals) from around the world in business and family immigration, consular matters, waivers, and naturalization. During her 9 years as an immigration attorney, Ms. DiPietro has cultivated a unique knowledge base in the areas of adjustment of status for the atypical entrant (i.e. arriving aliens, final orders of exclusions, Visa Waiver Program), extraordinary ability petitions, and hardship waivers. Ms. DiPietro continues to provide cutting edge, strategic, and effective solutions to her client’s most complicated legal problems.
Ms. DiPietro is the Treasurer of the New York Chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) and the former Co-Chair of New York Chapter of AILA’s District Director Committee. She is a frequent speaker at AILA conferences and AILA NY- Chapter Symposiums, CLE’s and Monthly Meetings. She will be speaking at the Practising Law Institute (PLI) in March of 2014. Ms. DiPietro’s articles have been published in professional books including AILA’s Immigration and Nationality Handbook and the Practising Law Institute (PLI) handbook. Ms. DiPietro frequently posts updates pertaining to immigration news on Twitter.
Ms. DiPietro graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Speech Communication and Political Science from Syracuse University and subsequently obtained her Juris Doctorate from Roger Williams University School of Law. Ms. DiPietro is admitted to practice in the State of New York.
American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) New York City Bar Association
Handling the Problem Interview, AILA Annual Conference, 2014 Immigration (Permanent Visa) Categories, Practising Law Institute, 2014Processing I-601A waivers, AILA New York Chapter Symposium, 2013 Naturalization 101, AILA New York Chapter 101 CLE, 2013 One-Step Marriage Interview, AILA Annual Conference, 201 New York Local Government Roundtable, AILA New York Chapter Symposium, 2012 Adjustment of Status for the Atypical Entrant, AILA Annual Conference, 2012 Stuck in the Vortex of Waiver’s: An Expert Guide Through I-601 Galaxy, 2011 Naturalization 101, AILA New York Chapter 101 CLE, 2011 Believe It or Not: I am a U.S. Citizen! AILA Annual Conference, 2010
“Immigrant (Permanent) Visa Catorgies- Family Based” Practising Law Institute, 2014 “Handling the Problem Interview” AILA’s Immigration and Nationality Handbook, 2014 “One- Step Marriage Walk Through” Navigating the Fundamentals of Immigration Law, 2013 “Is My Client a U.S. Citizen? How do I know that?” Immigration Practice Pointers, 2010 “Best Practices for Communicating with the New York District Office (update 2010), 13th Annual AILA New York Chapter Immigration Law Symposium Handbook, 2010
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