Courtney New leads Nixon Peabody’s Global Immigration practice. She represents a wide range of corporate clients from startups to large multi-national corporations on all aspects of U.S. business immigration law.
Today my practice is focused on helping employers hire and retain the foreign national talent they need to drive their businesses forward. I make sure that clients successfully navigate the complexities and challenges involved in securing non-immigrant visas, permanent residence, labor certification and naturalization. I enjoy working with clients and their employees through the full immigration life-cycle, as their businesses and lives develop.
There are still some U.S. employers who can say that they have never had to navigate our complex immigration system in order to hire the talent they need. But in the coming years those employers will become increasingly rare and those that want to compete and retain top talent will need to become well-versed in immigration processes. Employers who rely on science, technology, engineering and math expertise will be the most impacted, as over a third of the graduates of U.S. advanced degree programs in these fields are now foreign nationals. Employers who can work with employees to manage their immigration processes over the long-term will have a competitive advantage.
Buffalo Business First | May 19, 2018
Providence corporate counsel Courtney New is quoted in this article asking business immigration practitioners about the top issues facing their clients as the federal government has clamped down on U.S. companies attempting to hire foreign workers.
HR Executive | September 26, 2017
This article focuses on the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services decision to expand in-person interviews for certain immigration applicants. Boston labor and employment counsel Courtney New provides commentary about the impact on the green card process.
Forbes | May 18, 2017
Boston labor and employment counsel Courtney New contributed this article about how the U.S. immigration system’s lack of a definition for “athlete” in the P-1 visa category presents challenges for the booming esports industry.
The Boston Globe | April 19, 2017
Boston immigration counsel Courtney New provides commentary on President Trump’s executive order relating to the H-1B visa program and its likely impact on the number of overseas workers coming to the U.S. for entry-level technical jobs.
Immigration Law Alert | 01.07.19
NP Immigration Newsletter | 12.19.18
Immigration Law Alert | 12.05.18
NP Immigration Newsletter | 10.31.18
NP Immigration Newsletter | 09.27.18
NP Immigration Newsletter | 08.30.18
NP Immigration Newsletter | 07.27.18
NP Immigration Newsletter | 06.28.18
NP Immigration Newsletter | 05.31.18
05.11.18 | Warwick, RI
06.08.17 | Boston, MA
Boston College Law School, J.D.
Colby College, B.A., magna cum laude
Courtney is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association, the Boston Bar Association and the 2011-2012 Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce Women’s Leadership Program.