Rosemarin advises multinational corporate clients on U.S. Immigration and Nationality law. She assists clients in obtaining employment-based immigrant and nonimmigrant visas, concentrating primarily on the PERM labor certification process. Rosemarin provides individualized consultations on complex global immigration matters and interfaces with HR business partners to develop innovative strategies to mitigate risks, enable informed planning and decision making. She appears at numerous Permanent Resident interviews at USCIS offices in the tri-state area and throughout the country. She also assists individual clients with family-based immigration matters, including family-based adjustment of status petitions and naturalization.
Rosemarin has counseled multinational corporate clients on complex employment-based immigrant and nonimmigrant matters across a wide range of industries including banking, media and arts, fashion and information technology.
As a first-generation daughter of immigrants from the Dominican Republic, Rosemarin is deeply dedicated to the advancement of pro bono work and diversity, equity & inclusion in the legal profession. Currently, she serves on the executive board for the Dominican Bar Association and the 100 Hispanic Women National, Inc.
Prior to law school, Rosemarin was selected as the New York City Urban Fellow for the Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs, where she assisted the office in its mission to facilitate the successful integration of immigrant New Yorkers into the civic, cultural and economic fabric of the city.
During law school, she volunteered with the Safe Passage Project at New York Law School and served as an intern for Chief Judge Dora L. Irizarry of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York. Additionally, Rosemarin worked at Gibney as a Law Extern, Summer Associate and Law Clerk.