Ashley D. Dworsky
Ashley D. Dworsky – Of Counsel
Ashley D. Dworsky handles all areas of immigration law, with an emphasis on business and family immigration and visa law. He has extensive experience working with the relevant government agencies such as the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services, United States Customs and Border Protection and the Department of Labor at the regional and local levels. His practice assists clients in securing work and entry permits for U.S. workers assigned abroad and obtaining petitions for permanent residence status, advance parole and employment authorization cards – as well as applications for naturalization and deference in removal proceedings. He also develops strategies for corporations in regard to their foreign nationals and immigration requirements
Attorney Dworsky immigrated to the United States from South Africa in 1999. Prior to his arrival in the United States, he served as an Advocate (Barrister) to the High Court in South Africa – a highly prestigious role as Advocates make up less than one percent of all attorneys in South Africa. While practicing as an Advocate, Attorney Dworsky represented a number of high-profile corporations including McDonalds, Abbott Laboratories, Anglo American Bank and Barclays Bank. Attorney Dworsky successfully argued cases in both the High Courts in South Africa and the South African Constitutional Court, and a number of the cases he successfully argued were reported in the South African law reports.
He received his LLB in 1990 from the University of Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, South Africa. He has been admitted to the State Bars of Illinois and New York; the United States Federal Court of the Northern District of Illinois; Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals; Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals; Advocate of High Court of South Africa; and the United States Supreme Court.
Attorney Dworsky is a member of the American Bar Association; American Immigration Lawyers Association; National and Local Chapters of the American Trial Lawyers Association; Illinois Bar Association; New York Bar Association; and South African Bar Association.