Catherine Reynolds has been practicing exclusively in immigration and nationality law since 1995. She represents companies and individuals in all facets of non-immigrant and immigrant visas before the USCIS, US Department of State, US Department of Labor and EOIR. She currently handles most of the business immigration matters for the firm where her immigration work has resulted in a high rate of case approvals for the companies and individuals worldwide. She prides herself on building trusted relationships with her clients, based upon her careful approach to each and every case.
Catherine has represented various types of companies, including financial institutions, chemical manufacturing, Fortune 500 companies, information technology, engineering, research institutions, universities, arts organizations, and non-profit development organizations. She has extensive experience representing individuals and families facing deportation and removal from the U.S., litigating issues pertaining to waivers of inadmissibility, asylum, criminal convictions, and complex adjustment of status and naturalization cases. She has had notable success in litigation, both before the U.S. Court of Appeals and the Board of Immigration Appeals. She successfully argued a published US Court of Appeals case, Naizgi v. Gonzales, 455 F.3d 484 (4th Cir. 2006), and assisted in the litigation of another published decision, Haile v. Holder, 591 F.3d 572 (7th Cir. 2010).
Catherine received her Juris Doctorate in Law in 1995 from Loyola University School of Law, New Orleans, where she interned at the United Nations Environment Programme, in Geneva. At Loyola Law School Clinic she successfully litigated a case before the US Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit. During law school Catherine served in the U.S. Peace Corps in Mali. She has a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Writing from St. Mary’s College, Notre Dame, IN.
Catherine limits her practice to federal immigration matters and is admitted to practice in the state of Maryland and is also admitted to the Federal District Court for Maryland and the US Court of Appeals for the Fourth and the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals.