Amita Vasudeva has been practicing U.S. immigration law for more than two decades. She enjoys helping people navigate the ever-changing maze of the U.S. immigration system, finding solutions that work for their individual situations and needs.
Ms. Vasudeva began her legal career as an immigration attorney at Greater Boston Legal Services, where she represented asylum seekers, survivors of domestic violence, and NACARA applicants in matters before legacy Immigration and Naturalization Service and the Executive Office for Immigration Review. Prior to joining Van Der Hout LLP, Ms. Vasudeva maintained a private law practice in Menlo Park, CA where she represented families, individuals, and businesses in a wide range of immigration law matters. Her clients include tech start-ups, non-profit organizations, entrepreneurs, and scientists from prestigious academic institutions.
Ms. Vasudeva has presented on U.S. immigration law topics to attorneys and community groups. She has volunteered at non-profit organizations including Community Legal Services of East Palo Alto and the International Institute of the Bay Area.
Ms. Vasudeva graduated from Northeastern University School of Law (NUSL) in 1998. During law school, she worked at the Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund, the Legal Aid Society-Employment Law Center, and Greater Boston Legal Services. Ms. Vasudeva received her B.A. from Oberlin College in 1992 with a major in English and minors in Women’s Studies and History.
AREAS OF PRACTICE
- Massachusetts, 1998
- Northeastern University School of Law (NUSL)
- J.D., Juris Doctorate | 1998
- Oberlin College
- B.A., Bachelor of Arts | 1992
- Major: English
- Minors: Women’s Studies and History
PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS AND MEMBERSHIPS
- American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), Member