Roxi focuses her practice on immigration, employment and labor law, and her clients include individuals and small to medium-sized businesses. She has successfully represented more than 35 investors in obtaining permanent resident status through the EB-5 visa process where the investor invests in or creates a U.S. business. She has effectively represented clients before the Ohio Civil Rights Commission (OCRC), the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA), the Administrative Appeals Office (AAO), mandamus actions filed in Federal Court . Roxi's immigration law and her labor and employment law credentials include:
- J.D. from Capital University Law School, with a concentration in labor and employment law
- American Immigration Lawyers Association member
- National Employment Lawyers Association member
- Ohio Employment Lawyers Association member
Roxi enjoys assisting individuals and families with obtaining permanent resident status and citizenship in the United States. She also helps businesses with the paperwork required to obtain the proper work authorization documents for employees. She can help employers and individuals in all areas of immigration-related administrative proceedings, as well as litigation in the courts. She can help you obtain non-immigrant visas (B-1, B-2), investor visas (E-1, E-2), work authorized visas (H-1B, J-1, L-1A, L-1B, O, P, R). She also can help you obtain employment based immigration visas -- investor green cards (EB-5), labor certification (PERM), EB-1, EB-2, EB-3, National Interest Waivers (NIW), nurse Schedule A. She has helped many families come to the United States and obtain citizenship. She has helped US citizens bring their spouses, parents, and children to the United States and has helped people with the fiancée visa (K-1) paperwork and process. She has worked with individuals and businesses located throughout the United States and the world.
In the employment law area, she has helped businesses with immigration compliance issues and I-9 audits, and has created employee handbooks and personnel policies. She also has successfully represented many individuals who have been discriminated against in employment settings because of their race, religion, nationality, ethnic background, immigration status, age, sex, or disability.
Prior to entering the private practice of law, Roxi worked in the international student's admissions office at a major university; as Human Resources Manager for a multi-state apartment management company, as Director of Training for a multi-state hotel management company, and as an independent business owner. Roxi is admitted to practice law in Ohio; and is admitted to practice in Federal Court before the Southern District of Ohio, Northern District of Ohio, and Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals.