Asylum, Citizenship, Deportation Defense, Family Visas, Green Cards, Immigration Appeals, Investment Visas, Marriage & Fiancé(e) Visas, Student Visas, Visitor Visas, Work Visas
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Law Offices of Valencia & Diaz, Ltd
Representing individuals in general immigration practice. Specialized in representing victims of crime particularly survivors of domestic violence, human trafficking and neglected juveniles. Primary areas of practice: Family Petitions, Deferred Action Childhood Arrivals (DACA) applications, U visas, T visas, Violence against Women’s Act (VAWA) petitions, and Special Immigrant Juvenile Status (SJIS) applications.
Law Office of Louis E Valencia, LLC
Gathered evidence and investigated facts to formulate defenses and initiate legal actions. Researched and analyzed statutes and case law. Drafted legal documents including complaints, answer to complaints, requests and answers for discovery, separation agreements, shared parenting plans, divorce decrees, affidavits, subpoenas and Powers of Attorney
Organization of American States
Research and gather information from numerous civic organizations throughout the American Continent to complete a memorandum on human trafficking routes in the Continent. Research, compile and analyze the anti-trafficking legislation enacted by the member states. Evaluate the best anti-trafficking practices in the Continent. Drafted diplomat notes to the member statesâ delegations. Participant in the âSecond Course on International Refugee Lawâ which studied the application of the United Nations Convention to the status on refugees, the rights of individuals who are granted asylum, the responsibilities of nations, and the relation with human trafficking cases, awarded certification of completion. Participant in workshop âThe Return of Migrant: Challenges and Opportunitiesâ, which was held by the Permanent Council studying the voluntary and involuntary departures, analyzing the presentation from the International Organization for Migration and the Mexican Ministry of Social Development on social reintegration programs for immigrants, awarded certification of completion.
Salmon P. Chase College of Law, Northern Kentucky University