Barclay Damon
Barclay Damon


Jennifer Behm

Immigration Counsel

p: 716.858.3875

f: 716.856.5510

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Buffalo Office

The Avant Building
200 Delaware Avenue
Buffalo, New York 14202

Jennifer provides experienced counsel on immigration law and cross-border matters. Skilled at managing the multi-layered processes required for US immigration and citizenship, she offers strategic approaches regarding all facets of immigration law, from helping multi-national corporations navigate cross-border workforce concerns to providing legal counsel on personal issues that include spousal and family matters. Jennifer has handled numerous complex cases in this evolving area and has earned a reputation for adept analysis of challenging issues. She drafts legal petitions and acts as a primary resource on changes to immigration law in areas that include:

  • Corporate services and support
  • Working in the US, including:
    • B-1 and B-2: Visitors for business or pleasure
    • E-1 and E-2: Treaty traders or investors
    • E-3: Professionals from Australia
    • H-1B: Professionals in specialty occupations
    • L-1: Intracompany transferees
    • O-1: Individual of extraordinary achievement and ability
    • P: Athletes, artists, and entertainers
    • TN: NAFTA professionals from Canada and Mexico.
  • Green cards and US citizenship
    • PERM labor certifications
    • EB-1, EB-2, and EB-3 categories
  • Marriage and cross-border relationships
  • Criminal waivers

In addition to serving as immigration counsel at Barclay Damon, Jennifer is a partner at the Berardi Immigration Law firm. She is also an adjunct professor at SUNY Buffalo School of Law, where she teaches a business immigration course.

Practice Areas


  • University at Buffalo School of Law, J.D.
  • University of Pittsburgh, B.A., magna cum laude

Memberships & Affiliations

  • American Chamber of Commerce, Peel-Halton-Niagara Region, Member
  • American Immigration Lawyers Association
  • Western New York Women’s Bar Association, Co-Founder, Immigration Law Committee