Sara Divyak

Director of Client Services

Sara Divyak is Bridge’s Director of Client Services, overseeing our Client Services function. Her client-centricity and process-driven approach sets the tone for the rest of our team. Under Sara’s leadership, Bridge has achieved an industry-leading Net Promoter Score and pushed the boundaries on how immigration services should support its clients.

Sara has spent the last decade pushing to level-up the client experience in the legal services industry. Prior to Bridge, Sara trained and supervised client-facing teams at Global Immigration Associates, a law firm supporting the customers of Envoy Global. Sara holds a BA in English and Communication Studies from the University of Iowa.

Blog Posts

Proclamation Expanded to Include Work Visas Until End of Year

On June 22nd, President Trump announced an expansion of his Executive Order on immigration from April 22nd that extends the suspension of green cards to new immigrants abroad, and will also halt the entry of temporary work visas in the H-1B, H-4, H-2B, L-1, L-2 and J categories through the end of the year.

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AILA Guidance on Presidential Proclamation Expansion

Since the first Presidential Proclamation was issued on April 22, 2020, we have been waiting to understand what a possible expansion would look like for the non-immigrant visa program. While nothing is confirmed, here is some information from the American Immigration Lawyers Association ("AILA").

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Republicans Urge Expansion and Extension of Immigration Proclamation

Republicans sent a letter urging President Trump to extend and expand his restrictions on immigration to include guest workers. Read more about what the letter calls for.

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USCIS Closures, Unemployment Benefits, and an Open Letter for Immigrants

The COVID-19 pandemic is a dynamic and ever-changing situation. We’ll be posting every week with up to date information on what we know so far about its impact on immigration. Find out what we learned this week.

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Alternative Visas to Consider If You Didn't Get Selected in the H-1B Cap Lottery

With USCIS recently completing the H-1B Cap lottery selection for the 2021 fiscal year, a top priority for our clients is exploring alternate employment-based visa options for employees who were not selected. Find out some alternatives visas to explore that may apply to your situation.

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USCIS Closures, Travel Updates, Layoffs, and More

The COVID-19 pandemic is a dynamic and ever-changing situation. We’ll be posting every week with up to date information on what we know so far about its impact on immigration. Find out what we learned this week.

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Webinar FAQs: How the Immigration Landscape is Changing During COVID-19

We recently joined a panel of experts including our legal partner, Hendrik Pretorius, Immigration Counsel of ImmiPartner for an informative webinar on how the immigration landscape is changing in the face of travel bans and restrictions. Find out answers to commonly asked questions as our paralegals and partner attorney provide answers.

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USCIS Closures, Working from Home Policies, and More Changes

The COVID-19 pandemic is a dynamic and ever-changing situation. We’ll be posting every week with up to date information on what we know so far about its impact on immigration. Find out what we learned this week.

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USCIS Policy Changes in response to COVID-19

Changes in premium processing and signature pages are the latest developments from the USCIS in response to COVID-19.

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Impact of COVID-19 on Immigration

The COVID-19 pandemic is a dynamic and ever-changing situation. Here is what we know so far about its impact on immigration.

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