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Nadine T. Trinh

Principal
New York Metro
White Plains

P 914-872-6910
F 914-946-1216
Nadine.Trinh@jacksonlewis.com

Biography

Nadine T. Trinh is a Principal in the White Plains, New York, office of Jackson Lewis P.C. She advises clients in all areas of employment-based non-immigrant and immigrant visa processing, particularly for high-level business professionals, scientists, researchers, physicians, entertainers, and artists.

She also focuses her practice on I-9 and E-Verify compliance and employer defense in ICE audits, worksite investigations, and settlement negotiations.

Prior to joining Jackson Lewis, Ms. Trinh was an enterprise risk management consultant for four years with a Big 4 accounting firm where she evaluated methods and processes used by multinational organizations to manage financial, technology, and business risks and prepared strategies and recommendations to mitigate the identified risks.

While attending law school, Ms. Trinh was a member of the Moot Court Honor Society. She was also a recipient of the Brooklyn Law School Gold Public Service Award as well as of the U.S. Attorney’s Office Fellowship. In addition, she studied international securities regulation at the University of International Business & Economics (UIBE) in Beijing, China.

Professional Associations and Activities

  • American Immigration Lawyers Association
  • French American Bar Association

See AllNadine T. Trinh in the News

May 18, 2017
The East Hampton Star

Nadine Trinh and Thomas Walsh Comment on Implications of Pending Immigration Legislation

May 18, 2017

Nadine Trinh and Thomas Walsh comment on current immigration regulations and pending legislation that affect employers who hire foreign workers on a temporary basis for nonagricultural jobs in "Untangling the Immigration Thicket," published by The East Hampton Star. Subscription may be required to view article Read More

Practices


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October 12, 2016

Jackson Lewis Employers’ Immigration Update - No. 22, October 2016

October 12, 2016

Supreme Court Tied on Expansion of Obama Deferred Deportation Orders The U.S. Supreme Court’s 4-4 tie in a case appealing a nationwide injunction on the Obama Administration’s plans to expand the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) and create the Deferred Action for Parents of Americans and Lawful Permanent... Read More

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Bill for New Visa Waiver Program for Caribbean States to Enter U.S. Virgin Islands Introduced
January 25, 2019

While all citizens of 38 (primarily European) visa waiver-eligible nations may enter the U.S. Virgin Islands for up to 90 days using ESTA, and United States citizens may enter most of the Caribbean Community Member States (CARICOM) for tourism or as business visitors without a visa, citizens of CARICOM cannot enter the U.S. Read More

Proposed ‘Public Charge’ Rule Kicks Up Controversy
December 11, 2018

The 60-day comment period for the Administration’s new “public charge” rule just closed. Read More

Requirements for H-1B Petitions Involving Third-Party Worksites Are Unlawful, Lawsuit Alleges
May 15, 2018

USCIS has exceeded its authority in issuing additional requirements on H-1B petitions involving third-party worksites, a suit filed in New Jersey seeking a temporary restraining order alleges. Read More