Immigration cases can get very complex and they often have life-changing consequences. Emily Hariharan Walsh is dedicated and personally invested in helping her clients navigate this difficult area of law and achieve the results and peace of mind they need.

Emily is an immigration attorney with years of experience. Emily has represented both adults and children in Immigration removal proceedings. Emily also has a background in Criminal law. Emily has successfully vacated criminal convictions in New York for her clients. Emily has experience in family-based immigration cases, consular processing, VAWA petitions, obtaining waivers of inadmissibility and unlawful presence for her clients, cancellation of removal, prosecutorial discretion, and Stokes interviews amongst others areas. Emily has also successfully represented clients in front of the Board of Immigration Appeals. She was a recipient of the Public Service Certificate at New York Law School. Emily has been published in Verdict, a legal publication, regarding immigrant’s consular rights, and has given presentations about her work for a group of Latin American Consulates in New York City. Emily uses her experience to evaluate all details and specifics to get the greatest possible outcome for her clients.

She knows that in an immigration case, a successful result comes from her passionate, hardworking, go-getter personality.

“I really care about my clients and think of them not just as another client, but as a person.”


EDUCATION

  • B.A., Political Science; Minor: Sociology, Spanish; Rutgers University
  • J.D., New York Law School

COURT AND BAR ADMISSIONS:

  • State of New York
  • United States District Court for the Southern District of New York
  • United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York
  • State of New Jersey
  • United States District Court of New Jersey

PUBLICATION

  • State of New York
  • Co-Author, “Consular Officers and the Vienna Convention,” Verdict, January 2015 Edition.

SPEAKING ENGAGEMENT

  • Vienna Convention Article 36 and 37 to Coalition of Latin American Consulates

AFFILIATIONS

  • New York County Lawyers Association, Immigration and Nationality Committee
  • New York County Lawyers Association, Women in the Law Committee