About Katie D T Sanders
Katie D. T. Sanders is an EB-5 immigration attorney and the founder of Tampoe Sanders Law Office, located in Rockville, Md. She has represented individuals and businesses on immigration related matters for more than 16 years. Attorney Sanders earned her undergraduate degree from East Carolina University in English and minored in international relations. She then earned her law degree and master’s degree in law and international affairs from American University in Washington, D.C.
Attorney Sanders has regularly represented clients from all over the world and from across the United States in matters regarding U.S. immigration law. She has represented a diverse range of businesses, including multinational corporations, startup enterprises, hospitals, and non-profit entities such as religious and educational institutions. Attorney Sanders has helped such business entities with everything from the temporary employment of foreign workers to permanent residence sponsorship. She has also advised employers in the development and implementation of policies and procedures aimed to maintain governmental regulation and to avoid sanctions. She has also helped employers transition foreign personnel during mergers, acquisitions, and corporate restructuring.
Attorney Sanders has guided individuals, such as investors, multinational executives, religious workers, specialized knowledge individuals, persons with extraordinary ability, temporary workers and J-1 physicians, through a variety of immigrant and nonimmigrant visas. Attorney Sanders has obtained permanent resident visas for outstanding professors/researchers and for those whose work is beneficial to U.S. national interest. She has also represented special immigrant juveniles, battered spouses of U.S. citizens, those seeking family based visas, those facing deportation from the United States, and those seeking asylum within the United States. Attorney Sanders has represented clients before the U.S. Department of Labor, U.S. Department of State, Board of Immigration Appeals, U.S. Immigration Court, and before U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.
Attorney Sanders has written and published numerous articles on minority rights, human rights, internally displaced persons, refugees and humanitarian laws in the face of internal conflicts. She has also spoken at numerous forums on human rights, immigration law, refugees, and the displaced.
Attorney Sanders’ passion for excellence, understanding of the immigrant experience, and exemplary expertise and knowledge in immigration law makes her a great advocate for individuals and businesses during the often turbulent immigration process.
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