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Audrey Burns Leites

Paralegal
  • Rochester
  • 585.231.1166
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Audrey assists in the preparation of employment and family-based petitions for temporary and permanent visas. She conducts research and prepares documents for filing with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, the Department of Labor, the State Department, and at various U.S. consulates abroad. She performs research relating to immigration law and procedure to assist with case strategy and case management. In addition, she has previous experience as a citizenship and naturalization volunteer, assisting in preparing naturalization applications for legal permanent residents. Before pursuing a career as a paralegal, Audrey worked as an academic coordinator in higher education.

PUBLICATIONS

  • Author, “A Case Study of English/Russian Bilingualism using the model of a Flexible Bilingual Spectrum, Journal of Languages and Culture, April 2015
  • Reviewer, Foreign Language Annals
  • Co-author, Policy and Administration, Journal of Educational Planning, (JEPPA), November 2013
  • Writer, Democrat and Chronicle Young Professional’s Blog 2012-2013
  • Editor, Pro(se)letariots: The Writing of the Trans-Atlantic Worker Writer Federation, 2010
  • Copy editor and design team member, Intertext Magazine, 2009-2010

PRESENTATIONS

  • Co-presenter, University of Rochester Diversity Conference, 2013

PRACTICE AREAS

EDUCATION

  • Syracuse University, B.A. in Writing and Rhetoric
HSE Law
189
Audrey Burns Leites
Paralegal
aleites@hselaw.com
tel: 585.231.1166
fax: 585.232.2152

Audrey assists in the preparation of employment and family-based petitions for temporary and permanent visas. She conducts research and prepares documents for filing with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, the Department of Labor, the State Department, and at various U.S. consulates abroad. She performs research relating to immigration law and procedure to assist with case strategy and case management. In addition, she has previous experience as a citizenship and naturalization volunteer, assisting in preparing naturalization applications for legal permanent residents. Before pursuing a career as a paralegal, Audrey worked as an academic coordinator in higher education.

Publications

  • Author, “A Case Study of English/Russian Bilingualism using the model of a Flexible Bilingual Spectrum, Journal of Languages and Culture, April 2015
  • Reviewer, Foreign Language Annals
  • Co-author, Policy and Administration, Journal of Educational Planning, (JEPPA), November 2013
  • Writer, Democrat and Chronicle Young Professional’s Blog 2012-2013
  • Editor, Pro(se)letariots: The Writing of the Trans-Atlantic Worker Writer Federation, 2010
  • Copy editor and design team member, Intertext Magazine, 2009-2010

Presentations

  • Co-presenter, University of Rochester Diversity Conference, 2013

Education

  • Syracuse University, B.A. in Writing and Rhetoric

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