Amanda B. Shipley is a partner at TGL Shipley Parisi in London. Ms. Shipley has practiced immigration law since 2005, and has extensive experience with a wide range of business- and employment-related immigration issues including consular processing. She is a graduate of the University of Arizona cum laude (1998) and the Boston University School of Law (“BUSL”) (2002).
Ms. Shipley was selected as a Massachusetts “Rising Stars 2010 Super Lawyer” and served as an Associate Editor for the International Adoption Sourcebook (AILA 2008) and as a contributor to The Waivers Book: Advanced Issues in Immigration Law Practice (AILA 2010). In 2007, Ms. Shipley served on a panel of BUSL Prominent Alumni addressing “Mega-Firm Alternatives.” She is on the Executive Committee as the Treasurer of AILA’s Rome District-EMEA Chapter and is currently serving as the Chair of AILA's United States Citizenship and Immigration Services International Operations Committee. Ms. Shipley is also included in the publication Who’s Who Legal: Corporate Immigration. She is admitted to practice law in New York.
Daniel J. Parisi is a partner at TGL Shipley Parisi in London. Mr. Parisi has practiced immigration law since 2003, and has extensive experience with a wide range of business- and employment-related immigration with a particular focus on consular processing waivers of ineligibility for people seeking to enter the U.S. who are inadmissible for criminal/personal reasons. He is a graduate of West Virginia University (1998) with a BA in International Relations and Foreign Languages; however he spent the majority of his undergraduate years in Europe where he became fluent in Spanish and French. Mr. Parisi received his Juris Doctor from New York Law (2003) and, upon graduation was inducted into the Order of the Barrister (US) for excellence in oral and written advocacy.
Mr. Parisi has spoken on issues of inadmissibility at several national and international conferences of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (“AILA”) and for other prestigious organizations and he has authored numerous publications on this topic for AILA and had his work featured in various legal publications. He has been the Chair of the Communications Committee of AILA’s Rome District Chapter and has served as the editor of its quarterly publication When in Rome… Daniel has also served as the editor of the newsletter for AILA’s Global Migration Action Group, which focuses on immigration to countries other than the US. He is also currently the Vice-Chair of AILA's Department of State Liaison Committee as well as its LGBT Working Group. He is admitted to practice law in New York.