All Deportation / Removal Proceedings

  • 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

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Veronica Barba

    Veronica Barba is a partner at Lucas & Barba, LLP in Los Angeles, where she represents clients with a wide range of removal defenses in detained and non-detained settings. She is the former Director of the ABA Immigration Justice Project (IJP) in San Diego.

  • Raul Gomez

    Raul Gomez has been practicing exclusively in immigration law for the last 20 years in Los Angeles, CA. Several years ago he formed Gomez & Associates, which currently has offices in downtown Los Angeles and La Puente, CA. His practice focuses on Removal and Family based immigration. Raul has been read more

  • Elizabeth P. Uribe

    Attorney Elizabeth P. Uribe was born and raised to immigrant parents in Los Angeles, California. She attended Woodrow Wilson High School where she participated in the Administration of Justice and Law Magnet. Ms. Uribe graduated from the University of California, Los Angeles cum laude with a B.A. in Political Science read more

  • Andres Bustamante

    Andres Bustamante graduated from Peoples College of Law and began to practice law in 1990. He has devoted his life to representing the under-represented immigrant community. His impeccable practice ethic has rewarded him with various awards including the 1988 Carol King Award (Orantes-Hernandez Litigation Team), the 1994 Wiley Manuel Award read more