Lalitha Alladi is an immigration attorney whose practice areas include family based and employment based cases. Prior to joining JMG Law Firm, where Lalitha provides more personal attention to her clients, Lalitha practiced at a nationally renowned immigration firm and at international Fortune 500 corporations. In addition to focusing on bringing families together, she provides businesses with solutions to bring employees to the United States and maintain short-term and long-term work authorization.
Lalitha received her Bachelor of Science from the University of Florida in 2002 and her Juris Doctorate from Stetson University College of Law in 2005, following which she became a member of The Florida Bar. Lalitha has served as the President of South Asian Bar Association of Florida and is a current Board Member at the South Asian Bar Association of Georgia. Her involvement in these organizations has allowed her to serve as a Co-Chair during the Annual Naturalization Drives as well as lobby for policy change in Washington D.C. on issues such as H-4 dependent Employment Authorization. Additionally, she serves on the board of the non-profit, Shakthi US, which assists South Asian women who are victims of domestic violence and empowers future generations of women and children. Lalitha is also an active member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association and National Asian Pacific American Bar Association.