August 27, 2018
EL PASO, TX – Susanna Visconti, Shareholder with ScottHulse Law Firm, hosted a group of Israeli attorneys at the Firm this week. These visiting attorneys are invited to the United States under the auspices of the Department of State’s International Visitor Leadership Program and came to El Paso to understand the U.S. Judicial System. Susanna briefed them on U.S. immigration law.
The educational visit provided a means to offer a valuable strategic investment for the U.S. as we build world-spanning bridges and inspire entire nations. Discussions took place regarding current U.S. immigration policies, hurdles for employment and family-based visas, and the new era of enforcement
For the past 22 years, Susanna Visconti has focused her practice entirely in the area of U.S. Immigration and Nationality Law. Her practice includes business and family-based immigration, consular processing, employer sanctions/worksite enforcements, citizenship and naturalization, waivers, and port of entry issues.
For more than a century, ScottHulse has helped local, regional and international clients address important issues and opportunities, including critical matters related to business and family-based immigration. The expansion of the ScottHulse immigration law team, with the addition of Susanna Visconti, provides greater depth, experience, and capabilities, enabling the Firm to respond quickly and effectively to help clients navigate the uncertainty and increasingly complex challenges related to immigration law.
ScottHulse is a full-service law firm with offices in El Paso and San Antonio, Texas, and Las Cruces, New Mexico. ScottHulse attorneys have represented individuals and major participants in the commercial and industrial sectors of the El Paso, Juarez, and Las Cruces Borderplex since 1889. Today, ScottHulse attorneys are involved in client and community initiatives that are transforming the Borderplex into the most dynamic commercial center in the Southwest and the epicenter of U.S./Mexico trade.
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