What do you love about your job?
I love helping people realize their dreams by navigating them through the quagmire that is American immigration law.
What or who inspired you to start your own business?
My late father was a Holocaust survivor. He lost most of his family in concentration camps. I also have had an interest in geography, history, and politics. As such, immigration law was a perfect fit for me. Not only it is a job for me, but a passionate avocation. I now have been practicing immigration law for twenty five years.
Describe your most memorable project.
Getting a foreign national out of deportation proceedings who had pled guilty to cocaine possession in South Carolina in the mid 1990s. She was living at the time with an abusive, drug addicted husband. She was in the wrong place at the wrong time. She has four (4) United States Citizen children. After ten years of litigating her case before the Immigration Court, she received 212(c) relief in New York City. She is now a United States Citizen.