Dean Mead immigration attorney Catherine Henin-Clark was featured in ALFA International’s Friday Feature on November 2. The interview focuses on Henin-Clark’s views about ALFA, as well as her professional and personal life. She provides thoughtful responses with a touch of humor, revealing a glimpse of Henin-Clark’s personality. One of the questions pertains to why she chose to become an attorney. Henin-Clark reflects that at an early age in France she realized she wanted to become a lawyer and had global aspirations. Henin-Clark dreamed of living in the US but becoming a lawyer was her main goal.
She says, “I went back to school and have been practicing US immigration law for 30 years. I am very fortunate to practice an area of law I absolutely love. I am helping others realize their dreams and somehow touch their lives forever. There is no better reason to want to become a lawyer in my mind.”
ALFA International is the premier global legal network of independent law firms whose success is driven by relationships all over the world. Friday Feature is a weekly ALFA news item that profiles remarkable professionals from member companies and organizations.
You can read Catherine Henin-Clark’s entire interview here:
Catherine Henin-Clark is the Chair of Dean Mead’s Immigration Law practice group. Drawing from more than 30 years of experience, Ms. Henin-Clark’s practice focuses on nonimmigrant (temporary) and immigrant (permanent/”green card”) visa petitions and applications on behalf of investors, intra-company transferees, extraordinary ability professionals, athletes, artists and scientists, and other skilled foreign professionals and their U.S. employers.