Recently by Amy Cococcia
Diversity & Inclusion
How a Diverse Partnership Translates to Better Client Service
Fragomen partners Amy Cococcia and Carmita Alonso discuss how client service drives everything at the firm – including its enviably diverse culture.
CCBJ: Congratulations on being recognized as one of the most diverse law firms by The American Lawyer, Law360 and The National Law...Read More
Driving Your Career to Follow Your Interests
Fragomen’s Amy Cococcia’s career path paralleled the growth of immigration law.
CCBJ: How did you get into immigration law and your role at Fragomen?
Amy Cococcia: I majored in international relations at Tufts and studied abroad in Geneva. I had a great internship with the...Read More
What You Need to Know About Australia’s Visa Changes: The new rules are all about protecting jobs
Australia has been next in line across a number of jurisdictions around the globe to announce significant changes to employer-based immigration programs. This article provides an overview of some of the key changes announced as well as guidance on what actions businesses should be taking where...Read More
Immigration Compass: Changes in H-1B Processing Leave Companies Scrambling
The government’s recent focus on the wage levels associated with the H-1B Specialty Occupation visa classification has resulted in companies that rely on foreign talent having to scramble to respond to a new level of government scrutiny. The disruption has been caused by changes in the...Read More
Immigration Compass: Investing in Immigration - All the attention is on travel bans, but Congress has unfinished visa business
Article: By Chad Ellsworth and Amy C. Cococcia / Fragomen, Del Rey, Bernsen & Loewy, LLP While the Trump administration’s travel bans have been front and center in the news, there still remain legacy Obama administration legislative and regulatory immigration issues yet to be...Read More