Devendorf Law is focused on providing businesses and individuals with nothing less than the highest quality legal services.
Devendorf Law realizes that in today's marketplace businesses depend on highly specialized foreign talent to maintain a competitive advantage and achieve their business goals. Devendorf Law works closely with individuals, management, human resources, and global mobility providers to ensure that businesses secure the personnel critical to excelling in today's global economy. By assessing clients' short- and long-term needs, we provide human resource support and structure immigration strategies that allow our clients to maintain their focus on business priorities.
Our practice offers a wide breadth of immigration services to clients ranging from multinational corporations to mid-sized companies, startup entities and individuals. Devendorf Law has robust experience delivering high-touch immigration services to global corporations, entrepreneurs, financial service professionals, investors, manufacturers and media groups, as well as medical, research and technology institutions. No matter the industry or size of the business enterprise, our professionals are capable of tailoring support services to meet the unique needs of each client.
Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, J.D., 2010
New York University, B.A., 2006
New York (First Department), 2011
American Immigration Lawyers Association (New York Chapter)
Top 40 Under 40 (Immigration Law) - American Society of Legal Advocates
Devendorf Law, PLLC
85 Broad Street, 17th Floor, New York, NY 10004
Telephone: (646) 480-2027
Paul is the founder of Devendorf Law, where he practices exclusively in the field of United States immigration and nationality law. He advises multinational clients on matters including nonimmigrant visa options, permanent residence solutions, naturalization and compliance. He has experience providing strategic counseling to clients in the accounting, architecture, entertainment, finance, information technology, insurance, manufacturing, natural resources, not-for-profit, scientific research and development, and telecommunications industries.
Prior to founding Devendorf Law, Paul worked at a leading immigration firm in New York, New York. He has furnished pro bono services on a broad range of immigration-related issues at New York not-for-profit organizations, and his immigration experience also includes service for the New York City Immigration Court.