Elizabeth Rogers

J.D. · Tulane University Law School

Elizabeth Rogers is an attorney located in Warrenton, Virginia. She has focused much of her practice on immigration law, specifically business immigration. Her practice experience ranges from managing employee immigration matters in-house to serving many different clients and their employees in a law firm setting. Elizabeth earned her B.A. in English at Tulane University and her J.D. from Tulane University Law School, where she served as a Managing Editor of the Tulane Maritime Law Journal.

Elizabeth is also passionate about writing, literature, and cooking. Her hobby blog chronicles these passions by pairing a novel with a corresponding dish that matches its essence.

Articles By Elizabeth Rogers

How Long Before My Priority Date Is Current Will I Get a Letter Telling Me?
In the long wait for a U.S. immigrant visa through one of the preference categories, what should applicants expect by way of notification from the U.S. government?
What Is Form I-765, Application for Employment Authorization?
To apply for an employment authorization document card or “EAD” before being legally able to work in the United States, you need to file Form I-765 with United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (“USCIS”).
EB-2 Visa for Persons of Exceptional Ability: Who Qualifies?
Learn about how to qualify for the EB-2 visa for workers with exceptional ability in the sciences, arts, or business and what it means to apply for a National Interest Waiver.
What Are Dual Intent Visas?
Don’t get into a situation where the visa you choose makes later applying for a U.S. green card difficult, because it allowed only "single intent."
What to Say in My Statement of Reasons Requesting a J-1 No-Objection Waiver?
Suggestions for supplying a satisfactory explanation of why you should be excused from the two-year home country requirement.
Seven Most Serious Violations of a Student (F-1 or M-1) Visa
Never forget that your DSO has responsibilities to your university’s international student program, and must report your status violations to the U.S. government.
Timeline for Sponsoring an Immigrant Worker for a Green Card
If you are a U.S. employer wishing to hire foreign workers and sponsor them for U.S. permanent residence (in which case they can work for you over the long term), you are no doubt interested in how long this might take.
What to Expect at a USCIS Biometrics Appointment
If you are applying for a green card, naturalization, or some other U.S. immigration benefit, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) will require you to submit a fee for "biometrics." It will then call you in for a biometrics appointment.
Can Temporary (Nonimmigrant) Workers Qualify for Unemployment Benefits?
Foreign workers (such as H-1B or L-1 visa holders) who are laid off have limited rights to collect from the system they paid into.
Making Sure Your TN Visa Won't Be Denied at Canada/U.S. Border
Just as with any important presentation, the key to a successful TN visa application at the Canada/U.S. border is preparation. Due to the high-stakes nature of the application process, many Canadian applicants are understandably uncomfortable with applying for TN status at a U.S. port of entry.