Ms. Keamy practices Business Immigration law with a focus on entrepreneurs and corporate matters for small and large businesses.
She is actively involved with global contacts for her business clients and establishes liaisons with International Trade Specialists from around the world. She has represented United States businesses and industries that sponsor highly skilled foreign workers seeking to enter the U.S. temporarily or having proved the unavailability of workers in a particular field, on a permanent basis.
This diverse group of businesses, corporations and international investors include telecommunications specialists, health care employers, CEO’s, importers and exporters, international medical graduates, professors and researchers, and other significant occupations. Ms. Keamy has also represented families that have applied for permanent residence for their spouses, children, and other close relatives to lawfully enter and reside in the United States.
Ms. Keamy lectures in the area of business immigration and was recognized by the United States Marine Corps, Office of the Staff Judge Advocate, for sharing expertise in the area of immigration law at the 2012 Marine Corps Installations West Legal Assistance Conference.
In 2011, Ms. Keamy received a “Top Attorney” Nomination in Corporate Transactional Law for San Diego County in California.
Ms. Keamy obtained a Juris Doctor degree from Thomas Jefferson School of Law. She was an Honor Roll student and a member of the International Law Society. Ms. Keamy graduated from the University of Southern Maine with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. She also attended Universitaire DuMaine, LeMans, France.
Ms. Keamy is an active member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), a national bar association of more than 7,200 attorneys and law professors who practice and teach immigration law. AILA is an affiliated organization of the American Bar Association and is represented in the ABA House of delegates.
An active volunteer, Ms. Keamy has volunteered for AILA sponsored creative writing contests, the California Music Institute and the Department of State, Children’s Unit. She is a supporter of local arts including Ballet and Symphony Orchestra.