"It was a pleasure working with Lindsay as she handled my case from start to finish with utmost professionalism and care. I totally recommend working with her!"
Ms. Fullerton represents clients in all immigration matters, including employment-based, family-based, naturalization, citizenship, and asylum. She practices employment-based immigration, including H, L, O, TN, PERM, EB-1, NIW, Schedule A, J waiver, expedites, and consular cases.
Prior to joining our firm, Lindsay led the employment-based immigration team at an immigration law firm in Chicago. In addition, she served as an Asylum Officer with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. Lindsay conducted trauma-sensitive interviews and adjudicated asylum applications, providing her with a strong background in complex asylum law. She was awarded a U.S. Department of Justice, Honors Attorney clerkship at the Chicago Immigration Court. Lindsay advised Immigration Judges on complex immigration matters, including removability, the immigration consequences of criminal convictions, and relief from removal.
During law school, Lindsay was a student attorney at the Immigrant Justice Clinic, where she focused on serving detained individuals that are in removal proceedings. She also interned at Kids In Need of Defense, which serves unaccompanied minors that are in removal proceedings.
Prior to law school, Lindsay was a Business Immigration Paralegal at Maggio + Kattar in Washington D.C. and at Greenberg Traurig in Virginia.
Lindsay speaks Spanish. She lived for one year in Buenos Aires, Argentina and one year in Liberia, Costa Rica. She loves hiking and reading and is a member of the Mindful Living Community Garden.
Lindsay is admitted to practice law in Virginia. Lindsay’s bar admission authorizes her to practice federal immigration law throughout the U.S.
Lindsay is also a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (“AILA”), including the following committee activities:
American University, Washington College of Law, District of Columbia
Juris Doctor, May 2015
The College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, Virginia
Bachelor of Arts in Hispanic Studies, May 2007