Ian Meyer

Attorney (US)

Ian Meyer is a Senior Associate Attorney at Immigration Desk’s US offices in Newton Massachusetts. Ian provides extensive legal services in employment and family based immigration.

Ian prepares both employment and family-based visa and permanent residency petitions. He supervises our H1 & PERM team of paralegals, ensuring that all petitions meet our high standards so our clients’ visas are approved quickly and efficiently.  He also assists clients with all aspects of the PERM labor certification process, National Interest Waiver and Extraordinary Individual permanent residency petitions.

Prior to joining Immigration Desk, Ian gained experience working for a large corporate immigration law practice and separately as a business & contract attorney in Boston.  This understanding of both Immigration and Business law aids Ian to provide sensible, cost-effective solutions to our clients.

Attorney Ian Meyer obtained his J.D. from Suffolk University Law School and has over 7 years of experience in Immigration and Business law. He is admitted to practice law in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

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About Ian Meyer

  • Suffolk University Law School, Boston, MA: Juris Doctor
  • Saint Anselm College, Honors Program, Manchester, NH: Bachelor of Arts, cum laude, Major: History

  • American Immigration Lawyers Association

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