About Magdale Labbe Henke
Attorney Magdale Labbe Henke is an EB-5 immigration attorney who practices at Global Immigration Law Services, located in Crossville, Tenn. As a principal and owner of MLH Consular Consulting for Global Immigration Law Services, attorney Henke serves as an attorney-at-law in Munich, Germany and the United States. Attorney Henke has effectively represented various clients in their global immigration needs. Attending to individuals and corporations, both large and small, attorney Henke has the experience to assist them in their immigration goals. Her clients include individuals and corporations.
With her bar admittance in New York, New Jersey, England and Wales, attorney Henke has held legal positions at the Law Firm of CMS Hasche Sigle in Stuttgart, Germany, as well as at the television network, Columbia Broadcasting System in New York, and the National Hockey League. Following her employment practicing law at these prestigious companies, attorney Henke founded her own practice, MLH Consular Consulting, which she has been operating for nine years. Attorney Henke’s practice specializes in immigration law, in addition to issues regarding international mobility, and she has several years of experience representing EB-5 investors.
Attorney Henke’s educational background includes an undergraduate degree from Dartmouth College in both German and linguistics, a master’s degree in international affairs from Columbia University School of International and Public Affairs, and a Juris Doctorate from Touro College, where she graduated summa cum laude. As part of her education, attorney Henke studied abroad for three months at Johannes Gutenberg Universitat in Mainz, Germany.
Attorney Henke is an adjunct professor at Ludwig Maxmillian University in Munich, Germany, where she teaches legal English. Attorney Henke has contributed written work to multiple publications, including The Visa Processing Guide and Consular Posts Handbook 2009-2010, as well as ILW.com’s The Consular Posts Book. She has given speeches and served on immigration panels for the American Immigration Lawyers Association.