Aimee Mayer-Salins is an Associate at Fragomen’s Boston office, where she represents clients in a wide array of immigrant and nonimmigrant matters. Prior to joining Fragomen, Aimee practiced removal defense and family-based immigration at a law firm in Boston.
She also completed a fellowship with Boston College’s Post-Deportation Human Rights Project, where she represented foreign nationals seeking to return to the United States after deportation. Prior to her fellowship, Aimee served as a Judicial Law Clerk for two years at the Board of Immigration Appeals of the U.S. Department of Justice.
While in law school, Aimee was a student attorney with the Immigrant Justice Clinic and a Note and Comment Editor for the American University International Law Review.
In addition, she served as the Selection Committee Chair for the Equal Justice Foundationand interned at a variety of government agencies and nonprofits serving immigrant communities.
Aimee has handled pro bono matters in partnership with the Post-Deportation Human Rights Project, the Jewish Alliance for Law and Social Action, the Political Asylum/Immigration Representation (PAIR) Project and the International Refugee Assistance Project.
Aimee speaks English and Spanish, and is proficient in French.
American University, Washington College of Law | J.D., 2013, magna cum laude
University of Maryland, College Park | B.A., 2010, cum laude