Sam Mudrick advises clients on the international transfer of goods and personnel to and from the United States and compliance with US laws that reach outside our borders, such as export controls and the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA).
His immigration practice focuses on strategic counseling for multinational and domestic corporate clients and investors on US immigration and nationality law, regulations, policy, and compliance. Sam has extensive experience in nearly all categories of nonimmigrant, immigrant and citizenship applications including government filings, related appeals, and administrative proceedings covering nearly all available immigrant and nonimmigrant visa categories. He advises a range of clients on the immigration-related consequences of corporate restructurings, including mergers and acquisitions; trains clients on I-9 compliance and conducts related audits; and coordinates direct case intervention via Executive agencies, US Consulates, and Congressional offices, as required. He also manages a substantial pro bono immigration practice involving asylum, family-based, employment, and other petitions for low-income, nonprofit and indigent clients.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Samuel J. Mudrick