When I was 29, I was fortunate enough to come to the U.S. to study law at Columbia University in New York City, one of America’s prestigious law schools.
Since 2017, I have been working with Bronx Legal Services, Catholic Migration Services and Immigration Justice Campaign to represent immigrant families in detention centers throughout the U.S.
I graduated from Columbia Law School and passed the bar exam in 2018. I’m a member of the New York Bar and I’m eligible to practice immigration law in all 50 states. As a practicing immigration lawyer, I’ve successfully represented immigrant families before the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services and immigration courts in different states.
I enjoy working with immigrants from different countries because every day I have the opportunity to meet new people and learn their culture, and I get to share the happiest moments of my clients’ lives - marriages, birth of children, reuniting with family after years of separation. Successful immigration to the U.S. will change your life and the lives of your family. How do I know? Because the exact same thing happened to me and my family, so I understand your situation better than almost anyone.
I am proud to be my clients’ partner throughout the stages of their immigration process - from the very first visa application to receiving their U.S. naturalization certificate.