About Grace Gardiner
Grace Gardiner is an EB-5 immigration attorney who practices with the law firm of Gardiner and Associates, located in Tampa, Fla. She earned her law degree in 1998 from William Mitchell College of Law. She was also admitted to the U.S. District Court of Minnesota and to the Minnesota State Bar in 1998. Attorney Gardiner worked with the immigration clinic in law school, where she represented immigrant clients applying for naturalization and green cards, as well as those facing deportation and removal.
Attorney Gardiner was admitted to the Kentucky Bar in 1999 and worked in Paducah, Ky., where she handled criminal cases as an assistant county attorney prosecutor and a public defender. She subsequently worked for East Texas Legal Services. In 2002, attorney Gardiner founded her own practice in Texas. She was admitted to the U.S. District Court for Eastern Tennessee and the Tennessee Supreme Court in 2004. Attorney Gardiner was admitted to the United States Supreme Court in 2006.
Since 2005, attorney Gardiner has been a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association, which enables her to stay up to date with current immigration laws and procedures. She handles all aspects of U.S. immigration law, including helping clients invest in the U.S. economy through the EB-5 program, come to the United States for vacations, to get married, work for U.S. employers, attend school, receive medical care, and become naturalized citizens.
Attorney Gardiner earned her undergraduate degree in science and her Master’s in social work from Washington D.C.’s Howard University. Her social work background enables her to better analyze and comprehend her clients’ needs, and her scientific background helps her identify the root issues in her clients’ cases. With her extensive experience, she offers her clients advice on the complexities of immigration law so that they can more effectively solve their legal issues.
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