Rachel Yensel, Paralegal(614) 428-0026
The Ohio State University
Columbus, Ohio, Spring 2003
Specialization: Contemporary Literature Analysis
Rachel is a paralegal at Harrison-Donaldson, Attorneys at Law. She has worked in immigration law since June of 2006. Rachel earned her Bachelor of Arts degree from The Ohio State University in 2003. Before entering the field of immigration law, Rachel worked in the areas of corporate training and human resources. Rachel desired to seek out a distinctly challenging and rewarding vocation and decided that immigration law was the most intriguing choice. She has truly enjoyed working alongside attorneys, helping clients fulfill their aspirations and reaching their goals. Rachel has assisted attorneys with many different types of cases in the realms of family and business immigration.
Areas of Focus:
Family-based immigration: petitions for immediate relatives, marriage-based petitions, fiancée visas, removal of conditions, adjustment of status, employment authorization document (EAD), travel document, advance parole, forms: I-130, I-129F, I-751, I-485, I-765, I-131.
Employment-based immigration: labor certifications; EB-1, EB-2 and EB-3 petitions; petition for immigrant worker; H-1B petition for non immigrant worker visas; forms: I-129, I-140, I-485, I-765, ETA 9089.
Removal: Asylum briefs filed in removal proceedings.