Alicia Marie Salhi, is an expert immigration and human rights attorney admitted to the Paris Bar (France) who has extensive experience in the global immigration law and asylum systems of Canada, the United States and Mexico.
She graduated from the Sorbonne Law School (University of Paris 1- Panthéon Sorbonne) in International Business Law and has a Master’s degree in Law and Economics from the University Paris X – Nanterre. Her analytical skills, combined with strong communication and client relations capabilities, enable her to solve complex legal issues. She focuses her practice on family-based immigration (K-1 visas and Green Cards for family preference immigrants) and business-based immigration (EB-2 NIW, O-1) as well as on asylum law in the United States and in Mexico.
Prior to joining Donald Gross Law, Ms. Salhi was an immigration specialist for Amadeus IT Group (United States and Mexico) where she acquired a deep understanding of US immigration law while working on a wide range of applications. She also volunteered with Asylum Access México (an NGO) where she advised people on the Refugee Status Determination (RSD) process in Mexico and helped develop effective litigation advocacy strategies to achieve systemic change.
Ms. Sahli was enrolled in the American Society of International Law Mentoring Program – The Women in International Law Mentoring Program – as a mentee from December 2020 until October 2021.
She is fluent in French (as a native speaker), English and Spanish.