About Chad Ellsworth
An immigration attorney based out of the New York City office of Fragomen Worldwide, Chad Ellsworth’s practice is devoted to representing both business and individual clients on corporate immigration and employment issues. He has experience preparing immigrant and nonimmigrant visa applications for executives, professionals, multinational corporations, and human resource personnel. He has assisted EB-5 investors, and other families and individuals with their various U.S. immigration processes, and has advised a number of high-net worth individuals on immigration-related investments. Attorney Ellsworth frequently works with Chinese EB-5 investors on their immigration needs.
Attorney Ellsworth originally joined the Fragomen team in 2002 as an associate from Tulane Law School. Fragomen is a dedicated immigration firm consisting of over 2,400 immigration professionals working out of 40 offices across 20 countries. A member of the firm’s corporate compliance group, Attorney Ellsworth has guided Fortune 500 companies on matters related to corporate restructurings such as reductions in force, and mergers and acquisitions. He is also skilled in composing policies for recruiters, managers, and human resource employees, and training them on immigration laws related to hour division labor condition applications, Form I-9s, and “No-Match” letters, among other related immigration workforce compliance matters.
In addition to holding an active membership in the American Immigration Lawyers Association, Attorney Ellsworth regularly speaks at national immigration conferences, and has served as a speaker for the American Counsel on International Personnel. Prior to receiving his Juris Doctor in 2002 from Tulane Law School in New Orleans, La., Attorney Ellsworth earned his bachelor’s degree from the University of Southern California, with honors, in 1998. While at Tulane, he served as The Tulane Journal of International and Comparative Law’s associate executive editor. He holds bar admissions in the states of New York and New Jersey.