As a results-driven attorney, Carol Williams delivers innovative solutions to problems that may seem unsolvable to others. United States immigration law is always changing. A creative approach can often be more beneficial than a traditional one. Carol works hard to meet the needs of her clients, providing them with one-on-one service and effective representation.
Carol has worked extensively with companies of all sizes, from start-ups to multinational companies, as well as individuals trying to live and work in the USA. For 20 years her legal practice has concentrated exclusively on matters of immigration and nationality. Her passion for immigration law began in law school, where she quickly identified the practice area as her legal calling.
Carol helps companies hire and retain employees who are noncitizens. Additionally, she counsels companies requiring help with I-9 compliance, H-1B audits, E-Verify requirements, and defense of Department of Justice investigations relating to employment discrimination. In addition, whether you need to reunite with your family members in the USA, obtain a green card or United States citizenship, or apply for a passport, Attorney Williams would be happy to help you start a new chapter in your life. Attorney Williams loves to help US citizens bring their fiancés to the USA.
As a former Adjudications Officer at the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) at its headquarters in Washington, DC, Attorney Williams can offer added insight into the workings of the agency. She worked on policy, drafting regulations, and monitoring pending legislation. Her unique perspective provides her with an advantage when she works with clients.
Before starting her own law firm, Carol worked with several large immigration practices that represented a variety of industries, including: IT, automotive, manufacturing, hospitality, education, healthcare, construction, retail, telecommunications, and entertainment. Her varied experience adds valuable insight for her clients.
Carol received her Bachelor’s degree from the University of Pennsylvania and her Juris Doctor from the George Washington University Law School. She is admitted to the Maryland bar and is an active member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association.