Sarah Holler is an associate attorney and is responsible for providing business immigration support for individual and corporate clients.

Sarah focuses her practice on advising multinational corporations and their employees on employment-based immigration matters. She represents clients in a wide range of U.S. Immigration matters submitted for adjudication by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) and by the Department of State at U.S. consulate locations around the world.

Sarah has significant experience with employment-based immigration matters, including H-1B, L-1, O-1, and E-2 nonimmigrant visas as well as the EB-1 and PERM-based categories of the I-140 Immigrant petitions and green card applications. At Klasko Immigration Law Partners, Sarah represents individual and corporate clients while providing expert advice to companies and their employees regarding immigration strategies, international travel, consular affairs, and I-9 compliance. She is also responsible for coordinating with local counsel around the world to assist clients with global immigration matters.

Sarah received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from the University of North Florida and earned her J.D. from the Wake Forest University School of Law. After graduating from law school, Sarah worked as an associate at a boutique immigration law firm in the Washington, D.C. area where she specialized in immigrant and nonimmigrant visa applications for intracompany transferees, outstanding researchers, and individuals with extraordinary abilities. Prior to joining Klasko Immigration Law Partners, she was an associate in the Global Mobility and Immigration practice of a preeminent Labor and Employment firm in Washington, D.C. where she also advised clients on I-9 compliance and advised Labor & Employment attorneys on immigration matters arising in litigation.

Industries Served:

  • University and Secondary Education
  • Non-Profit and Research Institutions
  • Industrial – steel manufacturing, construction/building materials
  • Financial Services – banking, financial planning, virtual payment services
  • Social Media
  • Online Marketplaces
  • Consumer Goods

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  • Wake Forest University School of Law (J.D., 2017)
  • University of North Florida (B.A., 2014)


  • Member, American Immigration Lawyers Association


  • District of Columbia


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