The H-1B Legal Rights blog is authored by immigration attorney Vonda K. Vandaveer of the law firm V.K. Vandaveer, P.L.L.C, and H-1B rights attorney Michael F. Brown of the law firm DVG Law Partner LLC.

Vonda K. Vandaveer, Immigration Attorney

Author Vonda K. Vandaveer is an immigration attorney with V.K. Vandaveer, P.L.L.C.  She provides comprehensive immigration and naturalization services, including to foreign nationals seeking business or employment opportunities in the U.S.

Ms. Vandaveer works out of Washington, D.C. and represents H-1B Employees located in any State or country.

For client convenience, her office provides services in English, French, Arabic and Spanish.

Ms. Vandaveer has lived and worked in the United States, the Middle East, North Africa, and the Balkans representing clients in their immigration matters.  She has worked in both the private and government sectors.

She is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), American Bar Association, has served as Vice-Chair of the ABA’s Humanitarian Law Committee of the Section of International Law, and is published in the ABA’s publications Middle East Commercial Law Developments and International Lawyer.

Ms. Vandaveer is also a faculty member of Solo Practice University.

You can contact Ms. Vandaveer at:

(202) 340-1215
atty@vkvlaw.com

V.K. Vandaveer, P.L.L.C.
P.O. Box 27317
Washington, DC 20038-7317
Fax:(202) 521-0599

Michael F. Brown, H-1B Rights Attorney

Author Michael F. Brown is an  attorney at the law firm of DVG Law Partner LLC.  He focuses on employee rights and H-1B rights litigation matters.

Michael Brown, Attorney DVG Law Partner

Mr. Brown works out of Wisconsin, and represents workers with H-1B matters who are located in any State or country.

Mr. Brown has represented hundreds of employees with diverse jobs, backgrounds, and nationalities. His clients have included entry-level workers, visa workers, and professionals and executives from large organizations.

Mr. Brown has served as board chair of the Civil Rights and Liberties Section of his state bar, he has published writings for the American Trial Lawyers Association,  Wisconsin Lawyer, and Marketplace Magazine, and he has given spoken presentations on several individuals’ rights and employees’ rights issues.

Mr. Brown is also a faculty member of Solo Practice University.


Mr. Brown has litigated employment matters in many legal forums, ranging from administrative hearings, to federal appellate work. He has co-counsel relationships with attorneys in several States for complex litigation matters.

You can contact Mr. Brown here.

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