401 S. LaSalle St. #801R
Chicago IL 60605
I have been dedicated to immigrants ever since my first year of law school. I decided that my passion for the Hispanic community, as well as for the legal profession, could be best served by going into immigration law. Today, I help people get their green cards, citizenship, work permits, and other immigration papers.
My language ability has always set me apart from other lawyers. Starting at a very early age, I worked tirelessly to teach myself Spanish. Doing so gave me a better understanding of the people of the world, as well as of my own native language, English. I use my language skills every day to better understand my clients' goals and hopes for their case and their life.
I am a solo practitioner that answers all of my own phones and messages. I handle every case back to front, personally. you will not find yourself working with a paralegal, speaking with an assistant, or wondering who your lawyer is. Plus, I work with a high degree of honesty that shines through in all of my interactions with my clients.
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Created On: 02/04/2013
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