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About IRENE LEFEBVRE

Irene Lefebvre

Senior Paralegal

Tel: (949)-480-9347 | Email: irene@usilg.net

Irene 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.

In August 1981, she began her paralegal career with the Law Offices of Ronald H. Bonaparte, a firm practicing exclusively in the area immigration law. In August 1985, she accepted a position as an immigration paralegal with the Law Office of Olivia T. Ibarra. From August 1989 to August 1994, she was employed as a paralegal by John C. Nelson, founding Chair of the Orange County Bar Association Immigration Law Practice Section. In August 1994, she joined the immigration law practice group at Bryan Cave LLP.

In September 1997, Irene joined Paparelli & Partners LLP, an immigration law boutique firm in Irvine, California.  In February 2002, she commenced employment as a paralegal at the Law Offices of Monica E. Lukoschek, which later became U.S. Immigration Law Group, LLP.

Irene enjoys the challenges, the diversity and the satisfaction of helping people to achieve their goals.

In September 1997, Ms. Lefebvre joined Paparelli & Partners LLP, an immigration law boutique firm in Irvine, California.  In February 2002, she commenced employment as a paralegal at the Law Offices of Monica E. Lukoschek, which later merged to become U.S. Immigration Law Group, LLP in 2011. 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.

She enjoys the challenges, the diversity and the satisfaction of helping people to achieve their goals.

Life motto: 

Keep the faith

Most interesting job: 

Being a mom

How would you describe yourself?

Funny…no, seriously

One thing you would like to see or do before you die: 

Visit all the U.S. national parks

Favorite place on Earth: 

Home

Career choice as a child: 

Being a kid

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