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Alexa Early is an Associate Attorney on the Non-Immigrant Visa services group. She has worked at EIG since December 2015, first as a Law Clerk working on complex L-1 and O-1 petitions and has since shifted her focus to non-immigrant visas, continuing to apply out-of-the-box legal solutions to H-1B petitions. Alexa graduated from Catholic University’s Law school after serving as President of the Immigration and Refugee Law Society and participating in her school’s Immigration Clinic where she successfully represented a family in a removal defense proceeding in the Baltimore Immigration Court.

The Catholic University of America, Juris Doctorate

George Mason University, Global Conflict Analysis and Resolution, Bachelor’s Degree

Admitted to: MD State Bar Association

American Immigration Lawyers Association

The Dean’s Award (2015)

English

Alexa enjoys going to the gym, listening to music and podcasts, and learning about carpentry.

Alexa Early is an Associate Attorney on the Non-Immigrant Visa services group. She has worked at EIG since December 2015, first as a Law Clerk working on complex L-1 and O-1 petitions and has since shifted her focus to non-immigrant visas, continuing to apply out-of-the-box legal solutions to H-1B petitions. Alexa graduated from Catholic University’s Law school after serving as President of the Immigration and Refugee Law Society and participating in her school’s Immigration Clinic where she successfully represented a family in a removal defense proceeding in the Baltimore Immigration Court.

My #1 Rule

Be limitless.

The Catholic University of America, Juris Doctorate

George Mason University, Global Conflict Analysis and Resolution, Bachelor’s Degree

Admitted to: MD State Bar Association

American Immigration Lawyers Association

The Dean’s Award (2015)

English

Alexa enjoys going to the gym, listening to music and podcasts, and learning about carpentry.

Alexa Early is an Associate Attorney on the Non-Immigrant Visa services group. She has worked at EIG since December 2015, first as a Law Clerk working on complex L-1 and O-1 petitions and has since shifted her focus to non-immigrant visas, continuing to apply out-of-the-box legal solutions to H-1B petitions. Alexa graduated from Catholic University’s Law school after serving as President of the Immigration and Refugee Law Society and participating in her school’s Immigration Clinic where she successfully represented a family in a removal defense proceeding in the Baltimore Immigration Court.

Honors & Awards

The Dean’s Award (2015)

Outside the Office

Alexa enjoys going to the gym, listening to music and podcasts, and learning about carpentry.


703.678.4531
Education

The Catholic University of America, Juris Doctorate

George Mason University, Global Conflict Analysis and Resolution, Bachelor’s Degree

Admissions

Admitted to: MD State Bar Association

American Immigration Lawyers Association

Languages

English