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Legal Elite Profile: Susan J. Hahn

| 7/1/2012

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» Immigration and Nationality Law

Susan Hahn
Susan Hahn

Susan J. Hahn’s immigration and nationality law practice was established in 1995 and focuses on business-related immigration matters for universities, hotels, medical organizations, airlines, unions, and multinational and international corporations worldwide. With offices in Miami and Boca Raton, Ms. Hahn represents clients in corporate transfers of managers, executives, specialized business professionals, and entrepreneurs. Ms. Hahn also represents clients pursuing investor visas. She is a member of The Florida Bar and its International Law Section; the American Bar Association and its Section of International Law; and the American Immigration Lawyers Association. Ms. Hahn has been recognized as one of Florida’s Legal Elite by Florida Trend magazine and has been included in the 2012 edition of South Florida’s Best Lawyers. Ms. Hahn has served as a committee member for The Florida Bar’s Unauthorized Practice Section and is featured in the Nationwide Register’s Report of Who’s Who in Executives and Businesses.

Law Offices of Susan J. Hahn, P.A.
444 Brickell Ave.
Suite #750
Miami, FL 33131
(305) 374-8008
shahn@susanhahnlaw.com
Mizner Park
327 Plaza Real
Suite #319
Boca Raton, FL 33432
(561) 288-9090
shahn@susanhahnlaw.com

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