Robert Perkins

BRobert Perking w120oard Chairman Robert Perkins has been a practicing attorney for nearly 25 years with experience in litigation, real estate, and many other areas.  For the last 22 years, his practice has focused on immigration law as a result of his positive experience helping immigrants.   In 1994, he established his own business, The Immigration Professor, P.C., and he maintains an active network of immigration law offices throughout the United States.

Robert is considered a national authority in immigration.  He teaches, writes, and appears on local and national media on immigration issues, and he maintains an active immigration law blog with articles and educational videos on immigration issues, http://Immigration-Professor.com.  Robert enjoys giving back to his community, and he teaches and mentors other attorneys in immigration law across the United States.

Robert also has experience in the non-for-profit arena. From 1998-2005, he served as President and Board Chairman of Finally Family, a non-profit international adoption agency he and his wife founded.  The organization placed abandoned children from Eastern Europe and Central America with families in the United States

Robert also has experience in the non-for-profit arena. From 1998-2005, he served as President and Board Chairman of Finally Family, a non-profit international adoption agency he and his wife founded.  The organization placed abandoned children from Eastern Europe and Central America with families in the United States.  He also served on the Board of Directors of the school his son, Jason, attended, where he helped the Owner of the school worked on obtaining non-public status.

Robert is the father of a teenager with autism, and he  joins the Autism Unites Board with a strong commitment to achieving our goal of providing a community of support to children and families affected by autism. When asked about his vision for the organization, Robert stated: “Having a child on the spectrum can be isolating to families who are going through terrible difficulties. A strong community which can advise and assist in support can help these families have a better and more “normal” quality of life is essential.

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