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Christina Haines is an Associate Attorney at Erickson Immigration Group. Her legal career began at a multi-national law firm in Washington, D.C. where she helped businesses of all sizes and industries secure talent, including some of the country’s leading think tanks and non-profit research organizations. She is well-versed in the preparation and filing of a wide range of immigrant and non-immigrant visa petitions, such as H-1B, L-1, and O-1 petitions. She specializes in visas for individuals of extraordinary ability in diverse fields of endeavor, from world-class ice dancers to nuclear policy experts, engineers, and entertainment industry professionals. Her experience also includes family-based immigration as well as asylum, applications to adjust status, citizenship, and complex appeals and motions to reopen.

Drexel University Thomas R. Kline School of Law, Juris Doctor

Washington University in St. Louis, French & Legal Studies, Bachelor’s Degree

Admitted to: Virginia State Bar

Dean’s Award for Outstanding Performance as a Law Student (2014)

English, intermediate French

During law school, Christina served as Managing Editor of the Drexel Law Review and has authored articles on immigration policy.

During law school, Christina taught constitutional law to high school students as a fellow for the Marshall-Brennan Constitutional Literacy Project, a national civics education program.

In her spare time, Christina enjoys spending time with her husband, Michael, and chasing after their young son. She also loves watching Netflix, exploring the nation’s capital with family and friends, and a good cup of coffee. The granddaughter of a Greek immigrant, she loves to travel and hopes to make it to all of the Greek islands one day.

My #1 Rule

“Dreams and dedication are a powerful combination.” – William Longgood

Christina Haines is an Associate Attorney at Erickson Immigration Group. Her legal career began at a multi-national law firm in Washington, D.C. where she helped businesses of all sizes and industries secure talent, including some of the country’s leading think tanks and non-profit research organizations. She is well-versed in the preparation and filing of a wide range of immigrant and non-immigrant visa petitions, such as H-1B, L-1, and O-1 petitions. She specializes in visas for individuals of extraordinary ability in diverse fields of endeavor, from world-class ice dancers to nuclear policy experts, engineers, and entertainment industry professionals. Her experience also includes family-based immigration as well as asylum, applications to adjust status, citizenship, and complex appeals and motions to reopen.

My #1 Rule

“Dreams and dedication are a powerful combination.” – William Longgood

Drexel University Thomas R. Kline School of Law, Juris Doctor

Washington University in St. Louis, French & Legal Studies, Bachelor’s Degree

Admitted to: Virginia State Bar

Dean’s Award for Outstanding Performance as a Law Student (2014)

English, intermediate French

During law school, Christina served as Managing Editor of the Drexel Law Review and has authored articles on immigration policy.

During law school, Christina taught constitutional law to high school students as a fellow for the Marshall-Brennan Constitutional Literacy Project, a national civics education program.

In her spare time, Christina enjoys spending time with her husband, Michael, and chasing after their young son. She also loves watching Netflix, exploring the nation’s capital with family and friends, and a good cup of coffee. The granddaughter of a Greek immigrant, she loves to travel and hopes to make it to all of the Greek islands one day.

Christina Haines is an Associate Attorney at Erickson Immigration Group. Her legal career began at a multi-national law firm in Washington, D.C. where she helped businesses of all sizes and industries secure talent, including some of the country’s leading think tanks and non-profit research organizations. She is well-versed in the preparation and filing of a wide range of immigrant and non-immigrant visa petitions, such as H-1B, L-1, and O-1 petitions. She specializes in visas for individuals of extraordinary ability in diverse fields of endeavor, from world-class ice dancers to nuclear policy experts, engineers, and entertainment industry professionals. Her experience also includes family-based immigration as well as asylum, applications to adjust status, citizenship, and complex appeals and motions to reopen.

Honors & Awards

Dean’s Award for Outstanding Performance as a Law Student (2014)

Articles & Publications

During law school, Christina served as Managing Editor of the Drexel Law Review and has authored articles on immigration policy.

Community Involvement

During law school, Christina taught constitutional law to high school students as a fellow for the Marshall-Brennan Constitutional Literacy Project, a national civics education program.

Outside the Office

In her spare time, Christina enjoys spending time with her husband, Michael, and chasing after their young son. She also loves watching Netflix, exploring the nation’s capital with family and friends, and a good cup of coffee. The granddaughter of a Greek immigrant, she loves to travel and hopes to make it to all of the Greek islands one day.


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Education

Drexel University Thomas R. Kline School of Law, Juris Doctor

Washington University in St. Louis, French & Legal Studies, Bachelor’s Degree

Admissions

Admitted to: Virginia State Bar

Languages

English, intermediate French