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Our immigration experience and comprehensive analysis of your unique immigration story combined with our client-focused approach, provides the most effective and stress-free way for individuals and families to navigate the immigration process.

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The People’s Immigration Lawyer

Whether you are a U.S. citizen seeking to be reunited with loved ones abroad or an individual navigating the immigration system in the U.S., our team can help you find solutions for your immigration matter. 

Attorney Rodriguez-Martin also worked in the private sector with all aspects of immigration law including family, employment, and removal defense cases.

She has been a speaker at immigration law symposia and community-based events in the tri-state area, including giving legal trainings for DACA cases (deferred action cases for immigrant youth).

Explore Your Options with an Experienced Immigration Lawyer

Our Services

We assist U.S. citizens and lawful permanent residents in sponsoring certain family members for a visa or green card.

Our team has the expertise and experience to help your family members immigrate to the U.S. through the family-based immigration process. When an individual obtains U.S. citizenship or lawful permanent resident status they can sponsor family members for a visa or green card.

We can guide you through the family-based immigration process to secure a K-1 fiancé visa or other visas for family members, including parents, spouses, children, or siblings.

We are the family immigration law experts! We work hard every day to unite individuals with their family members. 

We help lawful permanent residents understand the process of naturalization and prepare for and defend against any potential barriers to becoming a U.S. citizen.

Generally, lawful permanent residents who have had a green card for three or five years can qualify for naturalization.

Our team can guide you through the naturalization process, help with issues that might impact eligibility for citizenship and represent you as you apply to become a naturalized U.S. citizen.

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We tirelessly advocate for individuals facing deportation by determining the best form of relief based on individual circumstances.

Removal or deportation proceedings are complex and there is a lot at stake, so it is important to have the best immigration attorney available to represent you.

Attorney Rodriguez-Martin and her team, have many years of experience in deportation defense for immigrants facing removal. We are committed to determining the best forms of relief for each individual.

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When you obtain a negative outcome in court or with USCIS you have a right to an appeal in most circumstances. 

We can help you with your immigration appeal, file your appeal, prepare legal arguments and help gather the supporting documents you will need.

There are deadlines involved with an appeal, so it is important to contact an immigration attorney.

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We work with individuals to determine eligibility for a green card and to file their complete adjustment of status package.

We consider ourselves adjustment of status experts. Adjustment of Status is the process that you can use to apply for lawful permanent residence or a green card. A green card allows you to live and work in the U.S.

We can help you determine your eligibility for a green card based on your familial relationships, your current immigration status, and your US immigration journey.

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Meet The Expert

Attorney Rodriguez-Martin was born in Bogota, Colombia. Her paternal grandmother first made the journey to the United States in the 1960s from Colombia and lived in New York City as a single mother struggling to give her son and future grandchildren the opportunities that she never had. These are the same struggles and goals that she sees in the clients that we serve regardless of country of origin, language, gender, religion or background.

She is a graduate of Cardozo Law School. She has been active in the immigrant community since 2002 when she participated in Cardozo’s Immigration Law Clinic. She has worked and volunteered for several organizations helping the immigrant community including Hope’s Door, Immigration Equality, PFLAG of NYC, Bellevue Survivor’s of Torture Program, Kids in Need of Defense, and CEUS Centro Comunitario.


Member of AILA and the National Immigration Litigation Alliance



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