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Trump's H-1B work visa plan cuts employers' costs, not criticism, SearchHRSoftware.com, February 6, 2019. (Becki Young quoted)

H-1B Visa Lottery System Reversed, SHRM, January 31, 2019. (Becki Young quoted)

H-1B Rule Rollout Leaves Time To Work Out Kinks Time To Work Out Kinks, Law 360, January 31, 2019. (Becki Young quoted)

The Current State of U.S. Immigration Law and Policy, Inside Washington on Middle East Broadcasting/Alhurra TV, December 7, 2018. (Becki Young interviewed)

Fastcase Partners with the American Immigration Lawyers Association to Publish New Journal, Markets Insider, October 31, 2018. (Becki Young selected as inaugural member of Editorial Board)

'Premium Processing' Freeze Causes H-1B Hiring Hurdles, Law 360, September 10, 2018. (Becki Young quoted)

Employers Seeking Visas May Tangle With Labor Dept. Over Wages (Corrected), Bloomberg Law, June 11, 2018. (Becki Young quoted)

Cos. Face Unpredictability As Extension Deference Ends, Law360, October 26, 2017.  (Becki Young quoted)

Finding Time for Pro Bono, Practice Management article by Erika Winston, Washington Lawyer Magazine, October 2017 issue. (Becki Young quoted)

U.S. Grants Asylum To Amos Yee, Young Blogger From Singapore, NPR.org, September 27, 2017. (Sandra Grossman quoted)

The Administration’s decision to rescind the entrepreneurial parole provision, Price of Business,  July 17, 2017. (Becki Young interviewed)

Avoid These Common Mistakes When Completing Form I-9, SHRM, June 27, 2017. (Becki Young interviewed)

Business Immigration Mostly Untouched by New Travel Ban Standard, Bloomberg Law, June 27, 2017. (Becki Young quoted)

Harder for skilled Singaporeans to live, work overseas, May 2, 2017. (Becki Young quoted)

U.S. judge grants Singaporean blogger's asylum request, Reuters.com, March 24, 2017. (Sandra Grossman quoted)

3 Reasons Restaurant Sales Plummeted in February, QSR (Quick Service Restaurant Magazine) March 10, 2017. (Becki Young quoted)

Here's What's Really On Silicon Valley's Mind Regarding Immigration, Forbes, February 27, 2017. (Becki Young quoted)

Immigration attorney on what’s next after ‘Day Without Immigrants’ protest, theblaze, February 17, 2017. (Becki Young quoted)

The Impact of a Day Without Immigrants, FSR Magazine, Food News Media article, February 16, 2017.  (Becki Young quoted)

Video Blogger Who Tested Singapore’s Limits Seeks U.S. Asylum, NY Times, December 28, 2016. (Sandra Grossman quoted)

BigLaw Reacts To Trump's Election To The White House, Law360, November 9, 2016. (Becki Young quoted)

What you Need to Know About Immigration Law - Price of Business, YouTube, Feb. 22, 2016. (Becki Young interviewed)

A strange proposal that would affect technology workers, students and many others, Computerworld, Dec. 8, 2015: (Becki Young quoted)

Four Maryland Immigration Lawyers Join Forces, The National Law Journal, Legal Times, Dec. 7, 2015. 

Positive decision on segregability in FOIA cases LexisNexis.com, July 30, 2015 (Sandra Grossman and Rachel Zoghlin quoted)

Initial asylum related FOIA victory in Mezerhane de Schnapp vs USCIS LexisNexis.com, July 18, 2014. (Sandra Grossman and Rachel Zoghlin quoted)

Immigration Reform Proposals & Potential Impact on Hospitality Industry, Biz Asia America/CCTV News, April 23, 2013. (Becki Young interviewed)

Grossman was frequently quoted in articles relating to Grossman Law client, Journalist Emilio Palacio. Ms. Grossman prepared Mr. Palacio's successful asylum claim, which was based on the political persecution he suffered in Ecuador, including a three-year jail sentence and a penalty of $40 million dollars for criticizing Ecuadorean President Rafael Correa:

Will Immigration Officers Continue to Undermine Obama's Reforms?, The New Republic (Nov. 2, 2011).  (Sandra Grossman quoted)

Obama's policy on Venezuela leaves Chavez's victims paying price, The Washington Post (Oct. 30, 2011). (Sandra Grossman quoted)

"Vetting E-Verify," QSR (Quick Service Restaurant Magazine), October 2009. (Becki Young quoted)

Press Releases and Announcements

Grossman Young & Hammond is proud to announce that partners Becki Young and Sandra Grossman were recognized in the December 2018 issue of Washingtonian as among Washington, DC’s Best Lawyers in immigration.

Washingtonian’s Best Lawyers list is a trusted ranking directory of local area attorneys recognized for demonstrating the highest professional standards in their practice areas and garnering significant respect from their colleagues and peers. Washingtonian's selection process consists of surveys from top-rated legal peers, independent research and reporting, and evaluations of notable successes of the local bar. 

For the full list visit: https://www.washingtonian.com/best/lawyers/search/speciality/Immigration/

DC-Area Immigration Boutiques Join Forces Amid Policy Upheavals, National Law Journal, November 13, 2018.

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