June 7, 2023

Volume XIII, Number 158


Ian P. Band

Ian Band’s practice focuses on business and family-related immigration matters.

As part of the Labor and Employment team, Ian counsels corporate clients on various aspects of immigration and nationality law, including temporary visas, permanent visas, US citizenship and I-9 compliance. He also counsels individuals on family-related immigration matters.

Ian is Chair of the Pro Bono Committee for the Washington office and donates more than 100 hours of his time each year to pro bono matters. He has successfully helped battered immigrants with their immigration issues, ensuring their safety and family unity. Ian has been quoted in various media outlets including Rolling StoneWorkforce Management and WUSA Channel 9 in Washington, DC.

Ian is a contributing author to the Hunton Immigration Law Blog.

Relevant Experience

  • Represents businesses and individuals before the US Citizenship and Immigration Services, Department of Labor, State Department, Department of Homeland Security and various consular offices
  • Counsels corporations on compliance with the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986
  • Represents clients before the Office of Special Counsel and the Administrative Appeals Office
  • Represents, on a pro bono basis, battered spouses of US citizens under the Violence Against Women Act, and those seeking asylum

Articles in the National Law Review database by Ian P. Band

Ian P. Band, a partner at Hunton Andrews Kurth, has been recognized as a Go-To Thought Leader by the National Law Review. His 2021 publication discussing the ever-shifting U.S. COVID-19 travel bans reached a significant readership, answering key questions for Visa holders and international travelers. As COVID-19 continues to affect the world, such thought leadership is vital in keeping employers, travelers, and the general public safe and informed.