Our Involvement

handshakeEdgerton Immigration Law founder, Laura Edgerton, is an active member of the legal and local community of North Carolina. Some of the organizations with which Ms. Edgerton is currently or has previously been involved include:

Legal Involvement

  • Former Vice-Chair, Ethics and Professionalism Committee, American Immigration Lawyers Association
  • Past Chair, Carolinas Chapter, American Immigration Lawyers Association
  • Past Vice-Chair, Carolinas Chapter, American Immigration Lawyers Association
  • Past Secretary, Carolinas Chapter, American Immigration Lawyers Association
  • Past National Chair, Young Lawyers Division, American Immigration Lawyers Association
  • Member, North Carolina Bar Association
  • Past Member of Distance Learning Committee, American Immigration Lawyers Association
  • Past Member, Immigration and Nationality Law Committee, North Carolina Bar Association

Community Involvement

  • Former Chair and Member, Public Policy Committee, National Association of Women Business Owners
  • Member, Women's Alliance
  • Prior Member, TiE Carolinas Board of Advisors
  • Prior Member, NC Sustainable Business Council
  • Past Member of the Board of Advisors, North Carolina State University College of Humanities and Social Sciences
  • Member, NC State Alumni Association
  • Past Member, Executive Women’s Golf Association
  • Member, White Memorial Presbyterian Church

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Recent News

Jun
24
USCIS announced the resumption of premium processing for eligible Nonimmigrant Worker Petitions (Form I-129) and Immigrant Petitions for Alien Workers (Form I-140) starting in early June 2020. Premium Processing had been temporarily suspended. The re… Read More
May
4
Effective April 27, 2020 USCIS released an updated Handbook for Employers containing several changes to the employment eligibility verification process and the automatic extension of temporary employment authorization as well as requiring new documen… Read More
Apr
28
President Trump has issued an executive order that temporarily suspends entry of immigrants into the United States for 60 days. The order takes effect Thursday, April 23, 2020. There are several important limitations and exceptions to this proclamati… Read More