Leslie Karam

Leslie Karam is the managing attorney of the law firm. Her main duty is operations management while maintaining and promoting relationships with clients. Ms. Karam is responsible for keeping costs of representation down, problem solving, and advising firm attorneys and staff. Ms. Karam mentors, supervises, and reviews case assignments while ensuring the firm is in full compliance with all laws and ethical standards. As managing attorney, Ms. Karam still carries her own immigration case load, but her primary focus is that of a firm manager.

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Elizabeth Holmes
Elizabeth Holmes is a senior attorney at Karam Law. Elizabeth handles a variety of cases in the litigation, asylum and family areas of immigration law.  Her role includes:
  • Representation before the Executive Office of Immigration Review ( Immigration Court) and U.S. Court of Appeals
  • Guidance through the process of filing for asylum and other humanitarian grounds for immigration
  • Family based immigration and U.S. Citizenship
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Marc Prokosch
Marc Prokosch is a senior attorney at Karam Law. Marc handles complex immigration litigation and related family immigration cases.  His role includes:
  • Federal District Court litigation including mandamus to resolve delays on green cards, citizenship, and other immigration cases
  • Family based immigration and U.S. Citizenship, waivers, visa petitions, green cards, and TPS
  • Representation before the Immigration Court and Board of Immigration Appeals
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Marit Gurley
Marit Gurley is the lead employment based immigration attorney. Marit speaks Spanish/English and also assists clients with their family based and humanitarian needs.
  • Employment-based work visas (B, E, H, L, O, P, TN)
  • Employment-based immigrant petitions (EB-1, EB-2, EB-3, National Interest Waivers, and PERM Labor Certifications)
  • Employment-based immigration compliance (I-9, E-verify, LCA)
  • Permanent residence through family-based immigration and naturalization
  • Humanitarian relief options (DACA, T and U visas)
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Matthew Woodward
Matthew Woodward is a Spanish/English speaking attorney who focuses his practice primarily on family based immigration, humanitarian relief and defense in removal proceedings.
  • Family based immigration petitions, visa processing, adjustment of status, waivers and applications for US citizenship
  • Assists victims of crime and trafficking with U & T visas
  • Represents clients in need of humanitarian protection with asylum, TPS and other available grounds
  • Facilitates relief before the Immigration Courts, including appeals
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Alexis Dutt
Alexis Dutt has been with Karam Law since 2016. Alexis has a broad immigration practice, representing individuals throughout the immigration process, from application to appeal. Alexis practices before USCIS, immigration court, the Board of Immigration Appeals, U.S. District Court, and the Circuit Courts of Appeal.

Alexis graduated from the University of Minnesota Law School in 2018 where she was on the Dean’s list and graduated with the Immigration Concentration. During school, she was a certified student attorney in the Federal Immigration Litigation Clinic of the James H. Binger Center for New Americans. Alexis has traveled to the U.S. border on multiple occasions to work with individuals being held in detention centers. Alexis was involved in litigation efforts contesting the Travel Ban as well as the class action law suit for the Somali 92. She has argued before the U.S. District Court of Minnesota and the Eighth Circuit.

Before law school, Alexis attended Drury University where she received degrees in English, writing, and Spanish. She was a collegiate athlete and journalist.

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