Eesha represents clients before U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services seeking both employment and family-based adjustment of status and naturalization. She approaches each and every case with passion and tries her hardest to achieve the best possible solution for her client. Being an immigrant herself, she understands the complexity of this process and the hardship that comes along with it. It is her goal to smoothly secure the most appropriate result or other immigration benefit that best suits her client’s individual need.
She advises and helps individuals to obtain the right visas, as well as permanent residence (green card) and citizenship, and helps to plan appropriate visa strategies for transitions to unite family members, and to overcome grounds of ineligibility or other obstacles to a visa, green card, or citizenship – such as waivers of the three and ten year bars for those who have overstayed, and waivers for some types of criminal or immigration history.
Eesha graduated with Masters in U.S. Laws from Washington University School of Law in May 2015. She was a recipient of Scholar in Law scholarship and was awarded CALI award of Excellence for her work in Children and Family Advocacy Legal Aid Clinic. She completed her undergraduate studies from National Law University in India in 2014.