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Harvey Zeytuntsyan

Attorney

Boston
Direct: (617) 946-8366
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Harvey Zeytuntsyan is an attorney in the business immigration practice group of Seyfarth Shaw LLP’s Boston office. He represents clients with employment-based immigrant and non-immigrant matters. He assesses and provides representation on a variety of non-immigrant filings and applications before the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Department of State (DOS), and the Department of Labor (DOL). He also analyzes and prepares responses for complex requests for evidence (RFE). His immigrant visa experience focuses on achievement-based matters including the employment based first preference (EB-1A for extraordinary ability and EB-1B for outstanding researchers and professors) and the national interest waiver (NIW) under the employment-based second preference (EB-2). He enjoys learning deeply about the field and expertise of his clients so that he can passionately advocate for their cases.

His community involvement includes service as a scholarship reviewer and finalist interviewer for the UCLA Alumni Association.

Harvey Zeytuntsyan is an attorney in the business immigration practice group of Seyfarth Shaw LLP’s Boston office. He represents clients with employment-based immigrant and non-immigrant matters. He assesses and provides representation on a variety of non-immigrant filings and applications before the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Department of State (DOS), and the Department of Labor (DOL). He also analyzes and prepares responses for complex requests for evidence (RFE). His immigrant visa experience focuses on achievement-based matters including the employment based first preference (EB-1A for extraordinary ability and EB-1B for outstanding researchers and professors) and the national interest waiver (NIW) under the employment-based second preference (EB-2). He enjoys learning deeply about the field and expertise of his clients so that he can passionately advocate for their cases.

His community involvement includes service as a scholarship reviewer and finalist interviewer for the UCLA Alumni Association.

Education

  • J.D., University of San Diego, School of Law (2013)
    Co-Chair, Diversity Committee

  • B.A., University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) (2009)

Admissions

  • California
  • Massachusetts

Affiliations

  • American Immigration Lawyers Association (New Members Division Liaison, 2016–2018)
  • American Bar Association (Co-Chair, Young Lawyers Division, Immigration Committee, 2016)

Presentations

  • Moderator, “Own Your Practice: Ideas from a Successful Immigration Lawyer,” National Teleconference, American Bar Association (July 20, 2017)

Publications

  • “The New National Interest Waiver (NIW) Analytical Framework under Matter of Dhanasar,” Immigration and Nationality Committee Newsletter, Young Lawyers Division, American Bar Association (Winter 2017)
  • “Making Technology an Essential Part of Your Legal Team,” Insights, American Immigration Lawyers Association (December 2017)
  • “Application Process for U.S. Green Card in Category EB-2 with National Interest Waiver,” NOLO Legal Publications (February 2015)
  • “If Your Work or Expertise Will Greatly Benefit The U.S., Can You Seek a Green Card Without a Job?” NOLO Legal Publications (February 2015)
  • “When a Scientist Can Petition for a Green Card Based on Talent, With No Job Offer,” NOLO Legal Publications (January 2015)
  • “The Sustainable Knowledge Enterprise: Encouraging Employee Collaboration while Protecting Intellectual Property with the Strategic Use of Trade Secret Law,” open access, available through the Social Science Research Network (2014)