Grossman Young & Hammond
Meg Hobbins is a Partner focusing on complex U.S. immigration matters and Interpol defense. Meg has fifteen years of experience in U.S. immigration and international human rights law and has represented clients seeking permanent residence, the full spectrum of humanitarian immigration benefits, and relief from removal proceedings.
Meg has extensive expertise with the most challenging consular visa applications, including all categories of inadmissibility waivers. She represents clients at every stage in the family-based immigration process, from initial marriage-based petitions to conditional residency and naturalization.
Meg began working with asylum seekers from Iraq and Afghanistan in 2000 and has been honored to represent clients fleeing persecution from all corners of the globe. Her keen knowledge of international human rights law has allowed her to successfully challenge multiple Red Notices based on false criminal charges, vindicating her clients and allowing them to live without fear of unjust apprehension.
Meg speaks English, French, and Spanish.