Lucy Twimasi

Associate Attorney

Lucy Twimasi handles a full range of nonimmigrant and immigrant visas for a diverse global clientele, focusing on EB-1/O-1 Extraordinary Ability and H-1B visas. Providing excellent client service is a prime focus of Lucy’s practice; through offering strategic guidance and creative solutions, she collaborates with clients to help them attain their immigration goals. While in law school, Lucy was an Articles Editor for the George Mason School of Law Civil Rights Law Journal and the President of the law school’s Immigration Law Society.

Education:

George Mason University School of Law, Juris Doctor
Old Dominion University, Bachelor of Science., magna cum laude

Admitted to:

Virginia State Bar

Articles and Publications:

Publications

  • April Showers, and Immigrant Labor, Bring May Flowers, CentreView, May 8, 2017 (in collaboration with the Institute for Immigration Research at George Mason University)
  • Hardship Reconstructed: Developing Comprehensive Legal Interpretation and Policy Congruence in INA § 240A(b)’s Exceptional and Extremely Unusual Hardship Standard, UCLA Chicana/o Latina/o Law Review, November 7, 2016
  • Passing the Evidentiary Bar for Residence, EB-5 Awareness Essay Finalist, December 2013 (featured on eb5investors.com)

Lucy Twimasi handles a full range of nonimmigrant and immigrant visas for a diverse global clientele, focusing on EB-1/O-1 Extraordinary Ability and H-1B visas. Providing excellent client service is a prime focus of Lucy’s practice; through offering strategic guidance and creative solutions, she collaborates with clients to help them attain their immigration goals. While in law school, Lucy was an Articles Editor for the George Mason School of Law Civil Rights Law Journal and the President of the law school’s Immigration Law Society.

Lucy Twimasi

Associate Attorney

Education:

George Mason University School of Law, Juris Doctor
Old Dominion University, Bachelor of Science., magna cum laude

Admitted to:

Virginia State Bar

Articles and Publications:

Publications

  • April Showers, and Immigrant Labor, Bring May Flowers, CentreView, May 8, 2017 (in collaboration with the Institute for Immigration Research at George Mason University)
  • Hardship Reconstructed: Developing Comprehensive Legal Interpretation and Policy Congruence in INA § 240A(b)’s Exceptional and Extremely Unusual Hardship Standard, UCLA Chicana/o Latina/o Law Review, November 7, 2016
  • Passing the Evidentiary Bar for Residence, EB-5 Awareness Essay Finalist, December 2013 (featured on eb5investors.com)