Sarah Huddleston

Client Services Associate

Sarah Huddleston is a Bridge Client Services Associate, serving as the primary day-to-day point of contact for business immigration clients, answering inquiries from both employers and their global employees. Sarah has nearly 4 years of immigration experience and has expertise in leveraging technology to help companies execute efficient and organized immigration processes while providing a superior experience to international employees.

Prior to Bridge, Sarah worked as an Immigration Paralegal at a large traditional law firm where she prepared and filed immigrant and non-immigrant visa petitions, and performed I-9 compliance audits. She graduated from Hamline University in 2016 with a BA in Legal Studies and an ABA Approved Paralegal Certificate.

Blog Posts

How to Write the Best Job Description for Your Case

In both immigrant and non-immigrant visa processes, it’s important for employers to create job descriptions that are detailed and specific enough to help reduce processing delays and unexpected costs. Learn what a strong job description needs.

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ICE Announces Another Extension to I-9 Compliance

Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) announced another 30-day extension to form I-9 compliance. Read more.

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COVID-19 Update: I-9 and Border Closure Extensions

Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) announced another 30-day extension of the flexibilities in rules related to Form I-9 compliance that was granted earlier this year. On June 16th, Canada, the U.S., and Mexico agreed to extend their border closures through July 21st.

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How to Renew Your Non-immigrant Visa During COVID-19 Closures

Many are finding creative ways to renew their visas amidst government closures. For those petitioners and international employees who would typically renew their non-immigrant visa abroad (e.g. E-3, TN, L-1s, E-1/E-2s), read more about alternative solutions to consider.

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Flexible Requirements for I-9 Compliance

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has issued flexibility to account for shelter-in-place safety orders for requirements related to Form I-9 compliance. Find out how HR professionals can comply from home.

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