University of Missouri Kansas City
Kansas City, Missouri
What I would like to learn while Clerking at Mdivani:
"I hope to gain more knowledge on the initial intake and the creative analysis process. This includes understanding the client’s business needs and goals and how can we, as business immigration attorney’s, can help our clients meet those needs. This requires learning about the analysis process re. the position offered, the qualifications of the employee, and how to show that the business need requires the worker’s specialized knowledge."
Professional Memberships and Community Involvement
Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Association
Member of the Lawyers Association of Kansas City
Member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association
Student Volunteer at Lawyers for Good Government
Mdivani Business Immigration Update
2014 National Business Summit in Queretaro, Mexico | writer and translator
About Nate Longoria
Nate Longoria studies at the University of Missouri - Kansas City School of Law. He received his Bachelor of Science Degree in International Studies and Spanish from the University of Nebraska in 2011. In 2012, Nate moved to Queretaro, Mexico to complete master-level coursework in Public Policy Administration at the Universidad Tecnologico de Monterrey, where he worked as an International Programs Coordinator and Co-Teacher of the “Doing Business in Mexico” course.
In 2016, Nate moved back to the U.S. to get involved in community work at the Migrant Farmworkers Assistance Fund in Kansas City, Missouri as the Emergency and Volunteer Services Coordinator, which exposed him to the many complexities of the U.S. immigration system. Prior to starting his legal studies in 2021, Nate worked at a business immigration law firm, where he gained experience and knowledge in immigration law. He is now a law clerk at Mdivani Corporate Immigration Law, where he continues to expand his knowledge on business immigration issues.
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