Ms. Tedrow is the owner of the firm Klari B. Tedrow LLC and co-founder of Tedrow and Myers Immigration Law Group, dedicated to the practice of immigration and nationality law. She represents a wide variety of domestic and multinational corporations, non-profits, educational institutions, entrepreneurs, professionals, individuals and families in all aspects of business and family-based immigration, including temporary and long-term visas, employment authorization, permanent resident status (green cards) and naturalization. She provides her clients with effective corporate and transnational HR strategies to maximize business and immigration benefits. Ms. Tedrow regularly represents clients before the Citizenship and Immigration Service, US Embassies and Consulates around the world, the US Department of State, the Department of Health and Human Services, the Department of Labor, and State Departments of Public Health. Ms. Tedrow focuses her practice and experience representing foreign physicians and foreign healthcare workers.
Ms. Tedrow graduated from The Cumberland School of Law, Samford University, cum laude, in 1989, served as Managing Editor of the Cumberland Law Review and has taught as an adjunct professor of immigration law at Cumberland since 1999. Currently Ms. Tedrow serves as the First Vice-Chair of the Atlanta Chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) covering Alabama and Georgia, and has served on various committees including advocacy for immigration law reform and specific immigrant and immigration law issues before being elected to the AILA Atlanta executive board in 2009.
Ms. Tedrow is a naturalized citizen, originally from Budapest, Hungary. She came to the United States as a refugee whose parents escaped the violent Revolution of 1956 by swimming a large waterway into Austria with two small children. Ms. Tedrow brings a singular and personal interest in immigration to her practice.
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