Associate Attorney Carey Thuente has over 10 years of experience practicing immigration law. She specializes in family-based and employment-based cases. She represents large and small companies in temporary and permanent visa petitions for critical employees including: H-1B, H-3, E-3, O-1, TN, J-1, R-1, I-360, Labor Certifications, Audits, Supervised Recruitment, and Schedule A. She also assists individuals in preparing and filing immigration applications including: fiance, spouse and child petitions, Visa Processing, Humanitarian Reinstatement, Humanitarian Parole, Extreme Hardship Waivers, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), and Naturalization. She assists both family and employment-based clients with visa processing and negotiates with embassies and consulates around the world on complex cases.
Ms. Thuente received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology from San Diego State University. During her undergraduate studies, Ms. Thuente worked with at-risk high school students and troubled youth in a residential setting as a mentor with the San Diego State University Mentorship Program. Ms. Thuente received her Juris Doctor degree from California Western School of Law, cum laude, in May 2005. She was admitted to the Minnesota State Bar in October 2005 and is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA). Ms. Thuente has volunteered with Advocates for Human Rights and currently volunteers at the West 7th Community Center immigration legal clinic.
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