Rochelle Dramesi is an Attorney focusing her practice on U.S. immigration matters, representing individuals in all stages of family-based immigration, naturalization, and inadmissibility issues. She has wide-ranging experience in representing clients before U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) and U.S. consulates abroad. Rochelle is particularly experienced in extraordinary ability petitions and representing individuals requiring Conrad 30 J-1 Physician Waivers, Physician National Interest Waivers, and National Interest Waivers. Thanks to her background in both family-based and employment-based immigration matters, Rochelle is known for her well-rounded approach to navigating the most complex immigration situations amidst an unpredictable U.S. immigration system.

Rochelle also has extensive experience strategizing with employers to navigate a wide variety of complex employment-based non-immigrant and immigrant visa petitions before USCIS, the Department of State (DOS), and Department of Labor (DOL).

Rochelle speaks English and Sinhalese.

Education
  • Bachelor’s, Political Science and Economics, The Pennsylvania State University
  • JD, American University School of Law
Admissions/Memberships
  • Maryland State Bar Association
  • American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA)