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Jack Doebley has over 20 years of experience working exclusively in immigration law. He has been successful in obtaining visas and permanent U.S. residence for highly-trained individuals in fields such as international business, medicine and biomedical research, nursing, information technology and related fields, engineering, high-level mathematical research, finance and accounting, and other in-demand professions.
His primary concentration is employment-based immigration, including: H, L, O, and E temporary visas; outstanding researcher, extraordinary ability, and multinational executive/manager petitions; National Interest Waiver petitions; PERM labor certifications; and employer immigration compliance issues, including H-1B/H-1B1 visa program compliance, I-9 compliance/audits, and E-Verify.
He also has expertise with all types of family-based and individual immigration matters including: marriage-based petitions, parent-child petitions, sibling petitions, family-based consular processing applications; and Naturalization (U.S. citizenship).
Mr. Doebley authors articles for and presents at continuing legal education programs put on by the American Immigration Lawyers Association, the Pennsylvania Bar Institute, and other CLE providers, and has created teaching materials used for presentations given to attorneys at the U.S. Department of Justice. He also has provided case/client management advice on a consulting basis to immigration divisions of other law firms.
Mr. Doebley is active in the Cheltenham (PA) Little League (CLL) organization and with Mid-Atlantic Connection for PKU and Allied Disorders (MACPAD), a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, dedicated to improving the health and well-being of individuals and families affected by Phenylketonuria (PKU) and related metabolic disorders.
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