Roberta M. Deutsch, LLC

Firm Overview

General civil trial practice for 30 years concentrating in probate and trust litigation in the past five years. Broad based immigration law practice for 22 years, including six years as an adjunct professor of immigration law at Florida Atlantic University and Broward College; global corporate and individual clientele. U.S. visas, both non immigrant and immigrant, adjustment of status (green card) for family based adjustments and employment based adjustments; naturalization, consular processing, waivers, removal proceedings including appeals to the Board of Immigration Appeals and the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals. Main office in Boca Raton, Florida; satellite office in Boston, MA. No charge for initial consultation.
Main Office
Main Office
3839 NW Boca Raton Blvd.,
Suite 200
Boca Raton  FL  33431
  • (561) 368-1008
  • (561) 368-1009


Free Initial Consultation?
Services Offered For Fixed Fees?
All immigration services are offered at a fixed fee rate.

Other Offices

Roberta M. Deutsch, LLC
One Park Lane
Suite 1501
Boston,  MA  02210
Immigration Law
Florida Bar licensed attorney in South Florida for 30 years.
Broad based immigration law practice for 22 years.
General civil trial practice, including probate and trust litigation (will contests and trust challenges)
Handling all areas of immigration, including non immigrant and immigrant visas, adjustment of status (green card) for family based and employment based applications; exceptional ability aliens (both non immigrant and immigrant petitioners), naturalization, consular processing, waivers, motions to reopen and reconsider, removal proceedings including appeals to the Board of Immigration Appeals and the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals.

How did your firm decide on the primary area of practice(s)?

In the mid 1990s, I began helping sushi chefs in Boca Raton obtain residence through employment and my practice just grew in scope and number since then. Immigration is an area in which if you do a good job, your clients bring more clients to you for help.

What experience or education distinguishes your lawyers from others?

I taught immigration for six years, first at Broward College and then at FAU. I've been a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association for most of the 22 years that I've been practicing immigration law. Immigration is a very complex area of law - it is statutory, it is administrative, it is judicial, and it is political. It's important to have an attorney who truly understands immigration law, and the need to continually research to keep up to the minute as the law changes daily.

What distinguishes your law firm from others?

Accessibility and straight talk: I am a one person office. I meet with the clients initially, and continue with them throughout. There is a one on one that is very rare in law offices. I also try to complete any forms that are required to be filed on the day that I am retained, giving my clients a list of supporting documents that I will need to file, and as soon as they provide me with those documents, I will file. So there is no delegating to a paralegal, no need to remember who you spoke with the last time you called the office, and no worrying that your file is sitting on someone's desk, gathering dust. I also do not take cases that I do not feel comfortable that I will win, because there is no mileage in losing, and I cannot take money from people if I cannot help them.

Roberta Deutsch

  • University of Colorado at Boulder
    B.A. , 1977
    Political Science and Journalism
  • University of Miami
    J.D. , 1987

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