Caroline E. Taylor
- J.D., 1994, University of Georgia School of Law, cum laude, Georgia Law Review, Editorial and Managerial Boards
- Law & Institutions of the EU, Brussels Seminar
- B.S.B.A., 1990, International Business, The American University
Caroline’s practice focuses on business and family immigration law. Caroline represents a wide variety of domestic and multi-national corporations, non-profits, entrepreneurs and employees in all aspects of business-based immigration, including temporary and long-term visas, employment authorization and permanent resident status (green cards). She also represents individuals with family-sponsored immigration matters and naturalization.
Caroline is a frequent speaker on current immigration issues, particularly focused on assisting startup companies in developing effective corporate and transnational HR strategies to maximize their business and immigration benefits.
With nearly two decades of experience, Caroline has successfully processed more than 1,000 business visas, helped establish more than 50 start-up subsidiaries, and united more than 100 families with a success rate higher than 99 percent.
After graduating from the University of Georgia School of Law, Caroline completed a Federal Court Clerkship with the Honorable Ted Milburn of the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit. Before joining MHS, Caroline managed her own firm specializing in immigration law, and worked in the immigration law section of Arnall Golden Gregory, LLC. She is an active member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association.