Chad I. RubinAssociate
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Chad Rubin is an Associate in Dean Mead’s Immigration Law practice group. He focuses his practice on helping foreign nationals, investors, and multinational corporations through their complex immigration matters. Mr. Rubin assists a wide variety of clients in all aspects of corporate immigration, including nonimmigrant visa (H-1B, H-2B, L-1, E-2, O-1, P-1, etc.), permanent residency applications (PERM, EB-1, 2, & 3, etc.), Department of Labor Compliance and I-9 Review. Mr. Rubin has extensive experience drafting legal briefs and memoranda, including complex responses to Request for Evidence.
In addition to the corporate practice, Mr. Rubin assists families and individuals with family-based visa petitions, Green Card, Asylum, Naturalization and Waiver Applications, as well as guiding foreign nationals through Consular Processing of their Immigrant Visa Applications.
Prior to joining Dean Mead, Mr. Rubin practiced law at Catherine R. Henin-Clark, P.A. in Winter Park, Florida, as well as with a boutique business immigration law firm in New York City. There he worked primarily on extraordinary ability and business visas. He also interned with the Department of Homeland Security, Immigration and Customs Enforcement after his first year of law school. It was during that time he became passionate about working in the area of immigration law and assisting foreign nationals who are seeking to work, live, or invest in the United States.
Professional and Civic Activities
- American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA)
- The Florida Bar
- Juris Doctor: Florida State University College of Law, Tallahassee, Florida, 2015
- Member of Phi Delta Phi Legal International Honors Society
- Book Award in Immigration Law
- Book Award in Lawyering Skills and Values 1
- Book Award in Family Law Clinic
- Distinguished Pro Bono Service Award
- Associate Editor and Article and Notes Editor on the Journal of Land Use and Environmental Law
- Undergraduate Degree: Bachelor of Science degree in Communication, Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona, 2008
- Florida, 2016
- New York, 2016
- New Jersey, 2015
- E-2 Investor Visa Allowed for Israeli Nationals on May 1
- EB-5 Regional Center Program is Temporarily Reopened
- USCIS Clarifies L-1 Foreign Employment Requirement
- New Department of State Visa Bulletin Creates EB-1 Backlog
- Do You Know Your Rights? Steps Your Company Should Take During an Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Worksite Raid