Meet Katie Albarelli


Katie Albarelli is an experienced immigration attorney who has worked in the DC-Metropolitan Area, Baltimore, Philadelphia, and the Lehigh Valley exclusively on immigration matters. She first joined the field teaching citizenship preparation classes in the U-Street Cardozo neighborhood of Washington, D.C. Katie has lived and studied in many countries; including but not limited to Ecuador, Mexico, Spain, and, most recently, Italy. Katie is involved in many grassroots and political efforts for immigration reform.  She is also a frequent speaker for local community groups in the Lehigh Valley, and in particular, Allentown.

609 W. Hamilton St., Ste. 210, Allentown, PA 18101

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Pennsylvania Supreme Court

Court of Appeals of Maryland

3rd Circuit Court of Appeals

Graduated Summa Cum Laude from American University (B.A.)

JD from American University Washington College of Law

Member of LehCo Bar Association

Member of American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) 14 year member

Member of AILA Philadelphia Chapter

Current President of the Board – Lehigh Conference of Churches

Volunteer – Big Sister with Big Brothers/Big Sisters of the Lehigh Valley for 6 years

Immigration law

Removal Proceedings

Deportation Defense

Family Based Immigration

Employment Based Immigration

Asylum Applications


Non-Immigrant Visas

In her spare time, Katie has volunteered in her local community with Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Lehigh Valley, and in refugee resettlement activities. She is also the current President of Board of Directors for the Lehigh Conference of Churches, an organization dedicated to addresses homelessness, affordable housing, mental health concerns, and food insecurity in the Lehigh Valley.

Katie’s practice addresses a wide range of immigration concerns including but not limited to defense to deportation/removal, family and employment based immigration, asylum and related applications, TPS, DACA, humanitarian relief, nonimmigrant visas, and more.

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