Ready to schedule a consultation? Complete the steps below to get expert immigration guidance from our trusted team.

¿Listo para programar una consulta? Complete los pasos a continuación para obtener orientación experta en inmigración de nuestro equipo de confianza.

**You may reschedule your appointment at least 24 hours before your scheduled time. However, no refunds are made for people who fail to show up for their consultation. Please have your intake form completed prior to your appointmentwhich is sent to the email entered for the appointment.**

**Usted puede cambiar su cita al lo menos 24 horas antes de su cita original. Sin embargo, no se hacen reembolsos para personas que no se presentan a su consulta. Por favor complete su formulario de admisión antes de su citaque se enviará al correo electrónico ingresado para la cita.**

If you need assistance regarding employment or business based immigration, do not schedule your appointment online. Please call our office at 714-494-4545.

Si usted necesita ayuda con respecto a la inmigración basada en empleo o negocios, no programe su cita en línea. Por favor llame a nuestra oficina 714-494-4545.

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  • Lisa D. Ramirez Lisa D. Ramirez


    Lisa’s primary areas of focus are I-9 compliance, visas for religious workers, professional artists and athletes, family based petitions and waivers, removal defense and naturalization.

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  • Monica E. Lukoschek Monica E. Lukoschek


    Monica’s primary focus is in the area of employment-based immigration law. Her specialties are E-2, H-1B, L-1 visas and Labor Certification (PERM) applications, as well as high-volume non-immigrant visa processing and I-9 compliance.

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  • Monica Crooms Mkhikian Monica Crooms Mkhikian


    Monica focuses on providing removal defense before the Executive Office for Immigration Review, applications for asylum, VAWA relief, and family based petitions.

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  • Alejandra Leon-Paul Alejandra Leon-Paul

    Associate Attorney

    Born and raised in Southern California, Alejandra sought a career involved in social justice and public service and she found it in the area of immigration law.

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  • Genevieve Maciel Genevieve Maciel


    Gen hails from Boston but grew up in Montana. She earned her Bachelor and Master’s Degrees at Wesleyan University. Gen ...
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  • Irene Lefebvre Irene Lefebvre

    Senior Paralegal

    Irene Lefebvre has been a Paralegal in U.S. immigration and nationality law since 1981. At the suggestion of a friend, she thought she’d try it out until she decided on a career path…the rest is history.
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  • Gabby Sansores Gabby Sansores

    Supervising Paralegal

    Gabby was born in Mexico to a single mother who decided she wanted a better life for her daughter than the one she had. She ...
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  • Sandra Guzman Sandra Guzman


    Sandra, originally from Lima, Peru has been working as a paralegal with family and employment based immigration cases since 1996.
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  • Xochitl Sandoval Xochitl Sandoval

    Administrative Assistant

    Life motto: When nothing goes right…go left Most interesting job: Nanny How would you describe yourself? Empathetic One thing ...
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  • Angela Nery Banegas Angela Nery Banegas


    Life motto: Expect the unexpected is always good. Most interesting job: Nanny, there was never a boring day with the children ...
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  • Laura Britain Laura Britain

    Administrative Assistant

    Life motto: Make happiness louder Most interesting job: 911 Dispatcher How would you describe yourself? Caring, funny, ...
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  • Nayeli Zepeda Nayeli Zepeda

    Legal Administrative Assistant

    Life motto: Everything happens for a reason. Most interesting job: Junior High tutor How would you describe yourself? ...
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