Grossman Young & Hammond Senior Attorneys Meg Hobbins and Rachel Zoghlin advocate for foreign nationals facing ever-increasing barriers to legal immigration status.
Meg Hobbins has worked for over a decade assisting individuals from all over the globe with humanitarian and family-based immigration matters. She has a passion for international justice and navigating clients through the seemingly endless maze of immigration bureaucracy. Meg also represents clients before INTERPOL to challenge politically-motivated arrest warrants. She is known for her tenacious commitment to the most challenging cases.
Rachel Zoghlin zealously advocates for individuals and families in all stages of their immigration processes, including winning special immigrant visas for teenagers who suffered child abuse or neglect, and successfully litigating asylum cases for women fleeing domestic abuse. Rachel’s efforts have resulted in highly skilled individuals obtaining extraordinary ability visas, including an international award-winning chocolate maker, a global energy economist and a jazz piano child prodigy.