Nancy M. Vizer concentrates her practice in immigration law. She is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association., where she has served on several committees. Her mission as an attorney is to provide employment and family sponsored immigration, with personalized service, to clients worldwide.
Ms. Vizer has experience in most aspects of immigration law, and is a frequent speaker about immigration topics at community and legal events. She has prepared and submitted numerous applications for business-related visas for immigrants and nonimmigrants. Her clients have included both small and large business enterprises in many fields, including universities, high tech, hospitality, marketing and healthcare. She has also assisted many clients to sponsor family members for permanent residence.
In addition to her law degree, Ms. Vizer has a masters in business administration, which assists her in understanding and working with the unique needs of her corporate clients.
As an immigration attorney licensed in Illinois and Virginia, Ms. Vizer is authorized to represent clients anywhere in the United States and internationally.
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I have known Nancy for several years. Nancy was an excellent advocate for my wife's case. She knows the immigration process very well and is very flexible with clients as to fees. Nancy also does an excellent job of explaining difficult parts of the immigration process. I would definitely recommend her.
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Relationship: Worked together on matter
|IL||Active And Authorized To Practice Law||2001||08/17/2015|
|VA||Authorized to practice law||1999||03/11/2014|
|Award Name||Grantor||Date Granted|
|President's Award||North Suburban Bar Association||2004|
|President||Nancy M. Vizer, P.C.||2001 - Present|
|Association Name||Position Name||Duration|
|National Association of College and University Attorneys||Publications Committee||2006 - Present|
|North Suburban Bar Association||Past President||2001 - Present|
|American Immigration Lawyers Association (Chicago Chapter)||Continuing Legal Education Committee||2000 - Present|
|North Suburban Bar Assn. newsletter||The Proposal: Fact v. Fiction||2010|
|NACUANotes||Foreign Faculty in H-1B Status: Understanding the Basics||2009|
|George Mason School of Law||law||JD||1999|
|Georgetown University||Business Administration||MBA||1991|
|NACUA 51st Annual Conference||Immigration Law Primer||2011|
|Decalogue CLE||The Arizona Immigration Law||2011|
|NACUA 50th Annual Conference||E-Verify and Immigration in the Land of ICE: Ongoing Concerns for Campus Employment Lawyers||2010|
|AILA Business Conference||Defending an H-1B Petition with the Service||2009|
|NACUA CLE Workshop||Current Immigration Issues||2008|
|Decalogue CLE||Hot Topics in Immigration Law||2008|
|AILA Update of PERM 8 Months Later||Summary of Dept. of Labor Q & A and Key Points to Remember||2005|