Hiba M. Anver

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Hiba M. Anver

Professorial Lecturer in Law


Email: Hiba M. Anver
2000 H Street, NW Washington, DC 20052

Named one of the top immigration attorneys for start-ups by Business Insider, Hiba M. Anver is a Shareholder with Erickson Immigration Group. Her practice focus is primarily on the employment-based nonimmigrant visa and green card process as well as I-9 compliance. Ms. Anver leads an international team located in 4 countries that manages clients in various industries, including tech, social media, e-sports, fintech, e-commerce, retail, medicine/oncology, investment, and education. She also advises corporate clients on complex immigration matters that result from corporate restructuring, including mergers, acquisitions, and reductions-in-force. Ms. Anver is widely respected within the immigration and mobility field. She has briefed congressional staffers on Capitol Hill and is frequently called upon to provide commentary to television/publication media outlets such as CNBC, Business Insider, PBS Nightly Business Report, the San Francisco Chronicle, Bloomberg Law, and Politico Pro, and is a frequent contributor to the EIG Immigration Nerds podcast, which she co-founded. In December 2021, Ms. Anver joined the George Washington University Law School Adjunct Faculty as Professorial Lecturer in Law. Previously, she has also lectured at American University Washington College of Law, the George Washington University School of Law, and the University of Texas at Arlington, and participated as a panelist for AILA, BAMM, ERC, PLEN, SHRM, and CFGI events. Her past experience includes Appeals/Oral Argument before the Fifth Court of Appeals in Dallas, Texas. Ms. Anver is the founder of EIG’s internal Women in the Law group, a regular meeting forum and mentorship platform which provides mentorship for other women attorneys and legal professionals at EIG. The group also serves as a platform to discuss issues of gender, diversity, and bias, as well as an opportunity to celebrate the strides and progress that women are making in all industries around the world.  In 2022, she was awarded the Diversity in Business Award by the Washington Business Journal