Josune Aguirre is a graduate of Southwestern Law School and is licensed to practice law in the state of California.
Ms. Aguirre assists national and multinational organizations with all aspects of corporate immigration including strategizing and drafting L, E, H, TN, O, and P nonimmigrant petitions and EB-1, National Interest Waiver, and PERM based immigrant petitions. She provides global immigration recommendations, strategizes, and prepares waivers of inadmissibility and J-1 waiver applications, assists with consular processing, represents clients in immigration court, and works with employers to ensure I-9 compliance both during ICE and internal audits. Ms. Aguirre also trains professionals in case preparation, leads new and existing client seminar and presentations, and assists with best practice management.
Ms. Aguirre has worked with organizations advocating for accessible immigration services to all underrepresented immigrants, including Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) clinics, the Esperanza Immigrant Rights Project, and Southwestern Law School’s Small Claims clinic. She has also served on the American Immigration Lawyers Association’s (AILA) Documentation and Verification Committee.