Eleanor W. Kalnin

Eleanor Kalnin

Paralegal / Academic Green Cards

Eleanor Kalnin is a graduate of the University of California Riverside with a BA in Sociology and Psychology. In 2015, she completed a paralegal certificate at an American Bar Association Accredited program. Ms. Kalnin was a member of UECC AmeriCorps for two years, earning her two Segal Education Awards for over 1400 hours of community service. She is a member of NAFSA Association of International Educators and a Board Member for the Inland Counties Association for Paralegals (ICAP). In 2017, Ms. Kalnin was recognized as the 61st Assembly District Women of Distinction honoree for her extensive community service and leadership.


Ms. Kalnin specializes in worked-based visa petitions and green cards for international scholars, professionals and highly skilled individuals. Additionally, Ms. Kalnin co-presented immigration topics at learning institutes and universities including the University of California Riverside, NASA Ames Research Center in Moffett Field CA and the University of Redlands. Presentation topics have included employment based green card options, deferred action for childhood arrivals and general immigration systems. Ms. Kalnin also manages daily office operations and online content.

Eleanor visiting the Taj Mahal in Agra, India during her Semester at Sea, study abroad program. Over the course of four months, Eleanor also visited Namibia, South Africa, Vietnam, Malaysia, Japan, Hong Kong, China, Costa Rica and Brazil. In the past ten years, Ms. Kalnin has visited 22 countries around the globe.