Katrina has worked in the immigration law field since 2010, when she first joined the Murthy Law Firm as a paralegal in the Green Card Department. While working at the firm, Katrina attended the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law, where she received the Larry B. Shoda Award, which is given annually to a member of the graduating class who has achieved scholastic excellence and demonstrated the special commitment required of evening students. As a lawyer, she has advised employers and foreign nationals on complex immigration matters.
Throughout her time at Murthy Law Firm, Katrina has gained experience on a variety of case types. As an attorney, she has worked mainly on PERM labor certifications, immigrant petitions (I-140s), applications to adjust status (I-485s), naturalization, and other family-based cases. She also regularly authors articles for the MurthyBulletin and MurthyDotCom.