Our Firm

The Henning Law Firm is a boutique law firm concentrating on the practice of business and family immigration law as well as the general representation of foreign start-up companies establishing themselves in the United States.

Over the years, the firm has developed a niche practice in the area of temporary and permanent visas for Traders and Investors (E and EB-5 Visas), Intra-Company Transferees (L and EB-1 Visas) as well as for Aliens of Extraordinary Abilities (O and EB-1 Visas). We also assist US citizens who wish to bring family members to live with them in the United States. We represent start-ups, emerging businesses, established businesses and families.



Consulting services include advising clients in cross cultural matters as well as acting as ‘general counsel’ to manage more complex legal provided by fellow attorneys in various other practice areas.

Norma Brenne Henning, J.D.

Norma Henning

Norma Henning

Ms. Henning began her professional career in Public Affairs for the U.S. Army in Ansbach, Germany. She immigrated to the United States in 1986 and became a U.S. citizen in 1989.

She has been practicing law in Naples, Florida, since graduating with honors from the University of Florida College of Law in 1996 and founded the Henning Law Firm in 2006.

Ms. Henning is a graduate of Enterprise State Junior College in Enterprise, Alabama, as well as Troy University (then Troy State University) in Troy, Alabama, where she graduated Summa Cum Laude as the 1993 Distinguished Journalism Graduate of the Hall School of Journalism.

Since 2002, she has been serving the Federal Republic of Germany as Honorary Consul for the West Coast of Florida. In addition, she is the President of the European American Network of SW Florida and a Leadership Committee Member of the Florida chapter of the German American Chamber of Commerce of the Southern U.S.

She is also a graduate of the 63rd InfoDeVag (Civilian Leadership Program) of the German Naval Academy in Muerwik, Germany, and a recipient of the Silver Cross of Honor of the German armed forces.