About Erica Loomba
Erica Loomba is an EB-5 immigration attorney and an associate in the immigration and nationality group at Proskauer Rose LLP, located in Newark, N.J. Proskauer Rose’s labor and employment law department is known as a leader in employment and labor law and was awarded the 2012 Chambers USA Award for Excellence. Chambers USA also commended the department for their “understanding of the law combined with the business needs of the client” and for being “among the best in terms of sheer intelligence.”
Attorney Loomba specializes in employment law, immigration and nationality, and labor and employment. She has worked with professionals in the pharmaceutical, financial, biotechnological, retail, aviation, educational, scientific, and computer industries. She also has experience working as an industrial security specialist at the U.S. Department of Defense’s Defense Security Service.
As an associate in the immigration and national group at Proskauer Rose, attorney Loomba provides guidance on many issues affecting international businesses, including corporate immigration policies, compliance with record keeping, unlawful immigration practices and immigration anti-discrimination provisions. The group aids clients with internal audits and helps obtain appropriate immigrant and nonimmigrant visas, enabling corporations to transfer workers temporarily or permanently to the United States. Their main areas of focus are business visas, labor certification, national interest waivers, corporate immigration policy, record keeping compliance, and immigration anti-discrimination compliance.
With her experience in a wide range of fields, attorney Loomba is able to skillfully provide advice on immigration and employment governmental regulations. Attorney Loomba also deals in policy and practice compliance and assists with consular processing. Attorney Loomba graduated cum laude from New York Law School with a Juris Doctor degree. During her time in law school, she participated in the Immigration and Naturalization Service’s Summer Law Internship Honors program. While at her internship, attorney Loomba was responsible for researching, writing and analyzing legal issues for the general counsel’s enforcement and employment sanctions divisions. She was also an articles editor for the New York Law School Journal of Human Rights. Prior to law school, attorney Loomba received her Bachelor of Arts in English language and literature at St. John’s University, where she graduated magna cum laude.
Attorney Loomba is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association and is admitted to practice in New York. She is also fluent in several South Asian dialects, including Hindi, Punjabi and Urdu.