Her US immigration law expertise includes specialty occupation workers, treaty of commerce visas, investment and global workforce visas.
Passionate about working with people to achieve their immigration goals and an advocate for responsible immigration, Ms. Williams is an active member of the SGI-USA, an UN-registered NGO dedicated to peace, culture and value creation based education. Member of AILA (American Immigration Lawyers Assn) and San Francisco Bar Assn, she was the AILA Norcal Education Program Director (2007-2008), AILA Norcal Co-Chair of the Young Lawyers Division (2004-2006), as well as a Public Interest Law Scholar and Black Women’s Lawyers Assn. of Los Angeles scholar.
When she is not advocating for her clients, she enjoys reading, writing fiction, traveling, meeting new people and trying out new things.
Miguel Velasco, Paralegal. Mr. Velasco provides bilingual Spanish and English client adminstrative and legal support. In his spare time, he is an avid reader, hiker and runner.
Legal Interns. The Law Offices of Barbara-Ann Williams, PC frequently trains interns from US law schools and universities as well as through AILF and AIPT including the KoreaWest program. Interns receive invaluable training by attending courtroom proceedings, doing legal research, drafting memoranda, and studying and reporting on country conditions.
Past interns include US and foreign law students, business students, as well as students studying in other disciplines.
Committed to helping our clients achieve their dreams
Barbara-Ann Williams, Principal Attorney of the Law Offices of Barbara-Ann Williams, PC. Graduate of the University of San Francisco, School of Law; Licensed in the State of California.