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With over twenty-eight years of experience in employment and family immigration law, Ms. Dana Ritter provides highly skilled and experienced legal services to clientele worldwide. She has extensive experience in all aspects of employment-based immigration and has served a broad range of clients from Fortune 500 companies, corporations, small businesses, startups, and individuals in the IT, medical, semiconductor, manufacturing, oil, finance, non-profits, allied healthcare and other business sectors. She has also worked extensively with individuals on their personal or family-based immigration matters. With this extensive experience, as well as working from a high level of personal integrity, Ms. Ritter strives to provide top level legal guidance to clientele.
Ms. Ritter is a graduate of Golden Gate University School of Law where she received her Doctor of Jurisprudence in 1993. Prior to law school, Ms. Ritter completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Southern California. Ms. Ritter has worked as an officer at the USCIS, as well as In-House General Counsel for a technology company in Silicon Valley performing all immigration, employment and contract matters. Ms. Ritter is an active member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA,) Santa Clara Valley Chapter. Previously, she has served as the Co-Chair of the Young Lawyers Division, and has held various positions on the Executive Board of the Santa Clara Valley American Immigration Lawyers Association including President, Vice President, Treasurer and Secretary. Ms. Ritter has worked as an AILA Liaison with the San Jose USCIS Office, Department of Labor and USCIS Service Centers. Ms. Ritter is a member of the California State Bar in good standing since 1993.
Specialties: Business Immigration: High volume nonimmigrant cases in H/L/TN/B visas and immigrant cases (green card) including PERM, I-140, I-485, Porting, EB1C representing clients throughout the US and predominately from India, China and the Philippines. Family-Based Immigration: filing for parents, children, spouses (I-130, I-485, I-751,) B-2 extensions, DACA, Naturalization, etc.