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Giselle Carson & Leadership Florida

Celebrating Florida, the Gulf Coast Region, and the Ringling with Giselle’s Leadership Florida classmates!

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Podcast Interview: The Immigration Lawyers Podcast

We’re excited to share Giselle’s podcast interview with John Khosravi on his show “The Immigration Lawyers Podcast”, covering issues of work-life balance, H-1B updates, and the invisible wall. Listen now.

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Hope You Had a Happy 4th of July!

Welcome back from a holiday filled with pride, fun, and fireworks! As we follow and engage in the ongoing immigration challenges, including the new zero-tolerance policy, the upholding of the travel ban, and the resulting disruptions and uncertainties, it is more important than ever to be proactive, patient, and strategic.  The Marks Gray immigration team is proud to help employers and foreign nationals strategically and in partnership achieve their immigration needs and dreams. We’re also happy to […]

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From Cuba to America, Sandoval Inspires at the Jax Jazz Festival

Energetic, brilliant, and multifaceted, Arturo Sandoval’s performance was inspiring. Arturo was born in Cuba and defected the Castro regime. He is a symbol of freedom, hard work, and of the contributions of immigrants to our country.

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Giselle Speaks: Beaches Rotaract Club and CLE “Immigration Law for Lawyers”

On May 1st, Giselle spoke about Current Issues on Immigration to the Beaches Rotaract Club. She also presented her CLE “Immigration Law for Lawyers: What You Need to Know” to Marks Gray attorneys. She is hosting a “Lunch and Learn” series to legal networks and law firms.

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Remembering Immigrants in the Military

“I gave my heart to the Americans and thought of nothing else but raising my banner and adding my colors to theirs.” – Marquis de Lafayette Did you know that immigrants are a significant presence in our military? This isn’t a recent phenomenon. By the 1840s, half of all military recruits were foreign-born. They made up 20% of the Union Army during the Civil War. And half a million immigrants served in the armed forces […]

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