All LGBTQ Immigrants

  • 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

  • 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

  • Gladdys Uribe

    Gladdys Uribe was born and raised in the Santa Ynez Valley along California’s Central Coast. She graduated from Dunn School in 1998. She subsequently enrolled at Occidental College in Eagle Rock, California. She graduated cum laude in 2002 with a B.A. in Sociology and was honored as the 2002 Student read more

  • Araceli Perez-Brizo

    Ms. Perez-Brizo has represented hundreds of individuals in immigration court (EOIR) and before the Board of Immigration Appeals. In addition, she has successfully argued before the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. Ms. Perez-Brizo received her Bachelor’s degree from Pomona College and earned her J.D. from U.C. Hastings College of the read more

  • Nora Phillips

    Nora Phillips is a founding partner of Phillips & Urias, LLP and has dedicated her career to fighting for immigrant rights. Ms. Phillips is a graduate of the DePaul University College of Law in Chicago, Illinois. She has been licensed to practice law in Illinois since 2007 and her practice 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

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    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.

  • Brenda C. Diaz

    Attorney Brenda Carolina Diaz is a Partner at Phung, Miyamoto & Diaz LLP. She is an experienced attorney with over fourteen (14) years of experience in immigration law. During this time, Ms. Diaz has provided exemplary representation for hundreds of clients and has successfully represented her clients in the areas read more