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Overview

Jeanetly Garcia advises employers and individuals through all phases of the non-immigrant visa process. As an attorney in the H-1B Department at Reddy & Neumann P.C. she is experienced in filing nonimmigrant petitions and applications for immigrant benefits, as well as, responding to USCIS issued requests for evidence concerning an array of legal issues. 

Jeanetly earned her law degree from South Texas College of Law Houston in May 2020. During her time as a law student, Jeanetly cultivated her passion for immigration through enrolling in related immigration and administrative law legal courses, volunteering in numerous naturalization workshops, and interning for another immigration service provider primarily focused in asylum and special immigrant juvenile cases. Her experience in working with indigent legal clinic clients combined with her personal exposure to the immigration process, allows Jeanetly to value the opportunity to guide clients through different, and often complex, stages of the immigration process. 

Jeanetly joined the firm as a law clerk in 2018, and has since collaborated with attorneys from each of the firm’s departments on assignments ranging from drafting successful requests for evidence and appeals to conducting legal research on immigration matters. She is committed to executing successful solutions for her clients and is eager to apply her skills and individual attention to every case.

Employment-Based Exemption for Qualifying I-485 Applicants

H1-B Lottery: Is entering the lottery more than once necessary?

Employment-Based Exemption for Qualifying I-485 Applicants

Extension of Interview Waiver Option/ Dropbox for Certain Nonimmigrant Visa Applicants through 2022

District Court Says State Department Cannot Use Travel Bans as Grounds for Visa Refusals

Important Reminders Before Traveling Internationally

Hiring a Foreign National on a H-1B Visa

H-1B Specialty Occupation—Plan Ahead to Ensure Your Position Qualifies As A “Specialty Occupation”

Webinar March 30, 2021: “Employment Based Green Cards: Basics and Common Issues”

Reminder! Ensure Registrants Qualify for the H-1B Master’s Cap

 

 

 

Professional Accomplishments & Memberships

  • Mexican American Bar Association 
  • Hispanic Bar Association of Houston

Jeanetly Garcia advises employers and individuals through all phases of the non-immigrant visa process. As an attorney in the H-1B Department at Reddy & Neumann P.C. she is experienced in filing nonimmigrant petitions and applications for immigrant benefits, as well as, responding to USCIS issued requests for evidence concerning an array of legal issues. 

Jeanetly earned her law degree from South Texas College of Law Houston in May 2020. During her time as a law student, Jeanetly cultivated her passion for immigration through enrolling in related immigration and administrative law legal courses, volunteering in numerous naturalization workshops, and interning for another immigration service provider primarily focused in asylum and special immigrant juvenile cases. Her experience in working with indigent legal clinic clients combined with her personal exposure to the immigration process, allows Jeanetly to value the opportunity to guide clients through different, and often complex, stages of the immigration process. 

Jeanetly joined the firm as a law clerk in 2018, and has since collaborated with attorneys from each of the firm’s departments on assignments ranging from drafting successful requests for evidence and appeals to conducting legal research on immigration matters. She is committed to executing successful solutions for her clients and is eager to apply her skills and individual attention to every case.

Employment-Based Exemption for Qualifying I-485 Applicants

H1-B Lottery: Is entering the lottery more than once necessary?

Employment-Based Exemption for Qualifying I-485 Applicants

Extension of Interview Waiver Option/ Dropbox for Certain Nonimmigrant Visa Applicants through 2022

District Court Says State Department Cannot Use Travel Bans as Grounds for Visa Refusals

Important Reminders Before Traveling Internationally

Hiring a Foreign National on a H-1B Visa

H-1B Specialty Occupation—Plan Ahead to Ensure Your Position Qualifies As A “Specialty Occupation”

Webinar March 30, 2021: “Employment Based Green Cards: Basics and Common Issues”

Reminder! Ensure Registrants Qualify for the H-1B Master’s Cap

 

 

 

  • Mexican American Bar Association 
  • Hispanic Bar Association of Houston