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  • Alan Diamante

    Mr. Diamante practices immigration, criminal defense and civil rights advocacy in Los Angeles, California. Mr. Diamante has devoted his career to the protection of immigrants. He maintains a private practice in downtown, Los Angeles.

  • Alma D. Puente

    Attorney Alma D. Puente is a member of the California State Bar, having being admitted to practice before the California Supreme Court in December 2004. Ms. Puente is also admitted to practice before the United States District Court for the Central District of California, the United States Court of Appeals read more

  • Noemi G. Ramirez

    Noemí has provided effective professional counsel to her clients for over twenty years. An immigrant herself, Noemí knows first hand what many of her clients face, allowing her to offer more effective representation.

  • Maribel Reynoso Blunt

    Attorney Maribel Reynoso practices Immigration law in Long Beach, California. She is a member of the State Bar of California. She was admitted to the California Bar in 2001 and admitted to practice law before the United States District Court Central District of California and before the United States Court read more

  • Enrique Arevalo

    Enrique Arevalo is an immigration attorney who has been in practice for over thirty years. His firm has produced some of the most skilled practitioners in immigration law today, including a current Judge at the Immigration Court in Los Angeles, California and two Adjunct Law Professors at Loyola Law School. read more

  • Victor D. Nieblas Pradis

    Victor D. Nieblas Pradis, AILA President 2015-16, Mr. Nieblas Pradis practices immigration law in Southern California. He is a graduate of the University of California, San Diego and Loyola Law School. His areas of practice include family immigration, deportation defense, federal court litigation, and appellate work.

  • Brigit G. Alvarez

    Attorney Alvarez graduated from Columbia University in 1998. Upon graduating, she worked for the Legal Aid Society in the Federal Defender Division in Brooklyn, New York. She then worked as a community organizer with Latin American immigrants on police brutality and health & wellness issues. She enrolled at the University read more