Kevin has been working in the field of immigration law with the Murthy Law Firm since 2007, beginning when he was still a student. While in law school, Kevin worked as a law clerk on labor certifications, immigrant and nonimmigrant petitions, H1B & I-9 compliance cases and mandamus filings. He also helped draft the curriculum proposal for an employment-based immigration law course taught by Murthy Law Firm attorneys Aron Finkelstein and Pamela Genise at the University of Baltimore School of Law.
Over the years, Kevin has worked on a variety of complex and unusual immigration matters involving, motions to reopen / reconsider (MTRs), notices of intent to deny (NOIDs) and notices of intent to revoke (NOIRs) on a variety of immigrant and nonimmigrant issues, nunc pro tunc filings for nonimmigrant petitions (H1B, L-1, F-1, etc), I-9 and public access file (PAF) compliance, DOL & FDNS investigations, visa assistance issues, and more. Kevin has also written several articles for MurthyDotCom on a variety of employment-based immigration topics and is one of the attorneys who works on EB2 I-140 filings based on exceptional ability.
Kevin’s pro bono work includes providing legal services as a volunteer with the Homeless Persons Representation Project and as a volunteer at American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA)-sponsored green card and naturalization workshops.
Education & Admissions
- Juris Doctorate, University of Baltimore School of Law
- Bachelor of Science, Political Science, Towson University
- Admitted to the Maryland State Bar Association
Publications & Presentations
- Groundbreaking, H1B-Related USCIS and DOL Decisions, Co-Presenter on the Matter of Simeio Solutions, LLC and Batyrbekov v. Barclays cases, AILA DC Chapter Webinar (3.Jun.2015)
- Cases Involving Beneficiaries with Multiple Cap-Subject H1B Petitions, Co-Author, AILA’s New Members Division E-News (May.2015)
- American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) D.C. Chapter / Maryland Immigrant Rights Coalition (MIRC) Media Round Table on Immigration (20.May.2014)
- The Road Less Traveled: EB-2 Exceptional Ability (05.May.2014)
- AILA New Members Division (NMD), Getting to EB2 Without an Advanced Degree: Exceptional Ability Filings (Dec.2013)
- Human Trafficking: A Legal Perspective (31.Jul.2012)