Mr. Dorsky has over 20 years of experience practicing all aspects of Immigration Law, representing individual and corporate clients in business and family-based immigration matters. Mr. Dorsky graduated from the University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI, B.A. (History), June 1992 and went on to attend law school at New York Law School, New York, NY, J.D., June 1995. During his time at New York Law School he earned such honors as Fall 1994, Associate Editor, New York Law School Journal of Human Rights and Spring 1995, Articles Editor, New York Law School Journal of Human Rights.
Mr. Dorsky has successfully prepared and filed countless Non-Immigrant and Immigrant Visa Petitions. His nonimmigrant visa work includes, but is not limited to preparing successful, H-1B1, B-1/2, E-1/2, L-1A/B, O-1, H-2, K-1, and K-3 visa petitions. Additionally, he has extensive experience in preparing PERM Applications, I-130 and I-140 Immigrant Petitions and Adjustment of Status Applications. Mr. Dorsky also counsels clients regarding consular processing of both nonimmigrant and immigrant visa applications.
Mr. Dorsky has extensive immigration litigation experience representing clients in Removal Proceedings before the Executive Office of Immigration Review and the Board of Immigration Appeals. He also represents clients before the U.S.C.I.S. in Adjustment of Status and Naturalization Interviews.
- New York Bar
- California State Bar (Inactive)