Professional Experience

Partner, Kelly, Parker & Cohen


Widener University School of Law, Delaware
Candidate for Juris Doctor, Expected Graduation May 2012
GPA: 3.09, Dean’s Honors List: Spring Semester 2010
Student Bar Association President: 2011 – 2012

Phi Alpha Delta, George Read Chapter
Justice (President): 2010 – 2011

Public Interest Law Association
Auction Committee Chairperson: 2010 – 2011

Study Abroad: Lausanne, Switzerland: June 2010

University of Delaware, Newark, DE
Bachelor of Arts Degree, May 2003


2011 Stanley H. Kohn Award for Most Outstanding Chapter, Phi Alpha Delta
2011 Alex A. Hotckiss Award for Most Outstanding Justice, Phi Alpha Delta
2011 Leadership Award, Public Interest Law Alliance
2011 Best Community Service Organization Award, Widener Law
2011 Recipient of a DuPont grant for Public Interest Legal Work
2010 Dean’s Honors List
2010 Best Student Organization Award, Widener Law
2007 Kaplan Business Developer of the Year award

Mr. Quietmeyer’s practice is primarily focused on immigration law and matters. He is originally from Newark, DE, and is a graduate of the University of Delaware. Andrew earned his Juris Doctorate at Widener University School of Law, graduating in the top 20% of his class. He served as President of the Student Bar Association, and Justice of Phi Alpha Delta, International Legal Fraternity.

Prior to law school, Andrew worked for Kaplan Test Prep and Admissions in Washington, D.C., and uses his background in management to assist business immigration clients. He is often lead counsel for H-1B, E-2, EB5, and I-140 visas for the firm.

Andrew also works with removal cases before the Philadelphia, York, and Baltimore Immigration Courts. Andrew has focused his entire legal career in the field of immigration law, allowing him to cover a wide-range of cases, including family-based petitions, appeals to the Board of Immigration Appeals, and petitions to the Circuit Court of Appeals.