Alvarez de Bennett Law, P.C., is founded by attorney Paola Marie Alvarez de Bennett. Paola Marie Alvarez-Bennett, Deborah Hoover Hupfer, and Imelda Maynard are dedicated attorneys who serve the people of Oklahoma City, Tulsa, and respective metro areas in various legal matters.
With a diverse background of legal experience, the attorneys at Alvarez de Bennett Law are driven by their compassion to find solutions to the everyday legal issues that her clients face. The best interests of clients are always first with the attorneys at Alvarez de Bennett Law, P.C.
Alvarez de Bennett Law offers representation in the following areas: immigration law, criminal law, adoption law, family law, contracts, and probate and estates.
For immigration cases in Oklahoma, contact our attorneys to be your Oklahoma City Immigration Attorney or Tulsa Immigration Attorney for your naturalization/citizenship, green card/legal permanent residency, temporary visa, deportation, removal, and immigration relief cases.
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Adjustment of Status in the U.S. ($2,000-$2,500)
Cancellation of Removal in Court ($5,000)
One Court Appearance ($500)
No-Contest Divorce ($1,500 for Filing Fees and Attorney Fee)
We have other flat fee services as well not listed here.
9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
English and Spanish
Coming from a diverse background, attorneys and staff at Alvarez de Bennett Law find fulfillment in helping others achieve the American Dream.
We are highly compassionate and truly "care" about each of our cases.
We are very personable and provide good customer service. We do our best to not over-book incoming client appointments so we can assure that we are able to attend to our clients without distractions or making them feel like they are "one" of "many" clients.
We are more than happy to assist clients who prepare their immigration forms on their own and provide input on how to file for a consultation. If the client hires us to take over, we offer a discounted rate if the client has prepared the forms on their own.
About 15% of our practice is dedicated to pro-bono or low-bono clients who cannot generally afford legal services. We understand that the legal process (especially for immigrants in the U.S.) is very expensive and that it can be very hard to pay immigration filing fees on top of attorney fees. We take into consideration the type of case and current case load and also network among other organizations to assist those in need of pro-bono or low-bono legal services.
Deborah Hoover Hupfer was born in Alabama, but she grew up in Santa Cruz, Bolivia, South America. After graduating high school, Deborah returned to the United States in 1996 in order to attend college. She graduated from Oklahoma Baptist University in 2000 with a degree in Spanish and Political Science.
Following college, Deborah spent 6 years working for the Bolivian Consulate of Oklahoma where she helped people obtain visas, renew passports, and establish businesses both in the United States and in Bolivia. During her time with the Consulate she also assisted in arranging for a number of financially destitute, severely injured Bolivian children to be brought to the United States for medical treatment at Shriner's Hospital in Texas.
Deborah left the Consulate in 2007 to pursue a career in Immigration Law at Oklahoma City University School of Law. She chose immigration because she knew that this was an extremely complicated area of law where she could use her personal experiences and her fluency in Spanish to make a real difference in the lives of her clients.
During her time at OCU, Deborah participated in OCU's Immigration Law Clinic, interned at Catholic Charities in Oklahoma City, and represented OCU Law in the American Constitution Society Moot Court Competition. She also served as a Student Ambassador, as Vice-President of the Immigration Law Association, and as Treasurer of the Lesbian and Gay Law Student Association - a position which ignited a passion for protecting the rights of alternative lifestyle families in Oklahoma.
Deborah graduated from Oklahoma City University School of Law in May of 2010. She now serves as an Associate Attorney with Alvarez de Bennett Law, P.C. in which she focuses in the following areas: Family Law & Divorce; Mediation; Victims of Domestic Violence (U Visas & I-918 Petitions & Law Enforcement Certifications; VAWA cases & I-360 Petitions); Asylum Cases (Convention Against Torture; Persecution based on Political, Social Group, Religious Affiliation); Immigrant Petitions (I-130 Petitions for Family Members, I-129F Petitions for Fianc
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