About the Zaidenweber Law Office

Attorney Rosanne G. Zaidenweber Attorney Rosanne G. Zaidenweber has been practicing immigration law in Minnesota for over 27 years. She has represented corporate and individual clients in a variety of matters over the years, including temporary and permanent employment-based visas, family-based petitions, naturalization applications, and waiver applications. Her clients include families, businesses, colleges and universities, technology companies, arts organizations, public schools, and state agencies and departments.

Ms. Zaidenweber has been an active member of the Minnesota Advocates for Human Rights (now known as the Advocates), serving as a consulting attorney for the Pro Bono Asylum Project, a teacher for the Partners in Human Rights Education Project, and a speaker for the B.I.A.S. (Building Immigrant Awareness and Support) Project. She has lectured and served as faculty for various seminars on immigration law for students, attorneys, and corporate personnel, and has been active in the local chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Association. She is currently a member of the Immigration Reform Leadership Team of Jewish Community Action, a grass roots organization committed to active advocacy of comprehensive immigration reform.

Ms. Zaidenweber received a bachelors degree in English from the University of Minnesota and her JD degree from the University of Minnesota Law School.