Ramey D. Sylvester
Associate, Corporate Department
900 Elm Street
10th Floor
Manchester, NH 03101

Ramey is an associate in the firm’s Corporate Department and a member of the firm’s Immigration Practice Group.  Ramey assists small and large companies with mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance, entity formation and restructuring, private securities offerings, and commercial contract negotiations.  She represents clients in an array of business and family immigration matters including naturalization applications, H-1B petitions, employment based green card applications, and I-9 enforcement actions.  She also assists clients in preparing and implementing privacy and data security policies, and investigating and remediating security breaches.

Prior to joining McLane Middleton in 2016, Ramey worked in, developed, and managed the legal departments in publically traded and privately held corporations within the manufacturing and financial industries.  Most notably, she was Assistant General Counsel at AmeriFirst Financial Corporation where she managed the legal department consisting of six attorneys and was responsible for a broad range of legal and regulatory matters, corporate governance, litigation mitigation and management, and commercial transactions.

Ramey received her J.D. from the University of New Hampshire Franklin Pierce School of Law where she was a Daniel Webster Honor’s Scholar, a Judicial Extern for Senior New Hampshire Supreme Court Justice Hicks, and a Public Interest Fellow. She is currently admitted to practice in the State of New Hampshire.


  • New Hampshire


  • Credit Committee Chair, Service Credit Union Board of Directors
  • Co-Chair, Boston Bar Association, Immigration Law Section Public Policy Committee
  • American Immigration Lawyers Association Congressional Liaison for New Hampshire



  • Leadership Greater Manchester Class of 2021
  • New Hampshire Bar Association’s Pro Bono Honor Roll

Speaking Engagements

  • “Immigration Due Diligence in Corporate Transactions” (NH Bar Association, 4/12/2019)
  • “Immigration Considerations for Mergers & Acquisitions” (Boston Bar Association, 1/15/2019)