Human Rights Watch posted an article recently about how the government of President Hugo Chavez is persecuting journalists and other media professionals. The administration is trying to halt public speech concerning his failing health and the irregularities of his inauguration.
Because publication of opposing viewpoints is an example of political opinion, journalists can apply for asylum in the United States if they fear harm in Venezuela.
My workload is exclusively limited to immigration and nationality law. I graduated from the University of Pennsylvania School of Law after earning two undergraduate degrees at Boston University.
Before opening my own law firm, I worked several years at Shutts & Bowen, one of Florida's oldest law firms. As the daughter of asylees, I know that succeeding in immigration matters changes history not only for one person but also for an entire family and their employers. Our clientele consists of multiple generations of family members, large investors, Fortune 500 companies, hospitals, and multinational corporations. Fluent in Spanish and French.