The attorneys from Pozo Goldstein, LLP are uniquely qualified to represent clients in all immigration matters. Our Miami immigration attorneys have a variety of background experience that can make all the difference in your case.
Former Judge, Former U.S. Immigration Prosecutor, Former County Judge, Former Immigration Judicial Law Clerk, and others will fight to keep you in the United States legally.
Tina joined the Pozo Goldstein New York team in 2017. She received her Paralegal Certification from Pace Law School and her Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management with a minor in East Asian studies from Pace University. She is also a licensed New York State Notary Public. Tina has experience preparing and filing various applications to United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) and filing motions with Immigration Court.
Maria, who is the senior member of our support staff, has held many positions with Pozo Goldstein, LLP. Her current role is Financial Manager and support team liaison. Maria heads our contracts and billing department and is the point of contact for all financial issues related to our clients. Maria is a graduate of the University of Miami.
Ashantti joins the Pozo Goldstein team after a paralegal internship with the firm. Ashantti has a degree in paralegal studies. She is responsible for case management for a variety of immigration cases ranging from adjustment of status and citizenship to business/investment visas and consular processing.
Daniel has a Bachelor’s Degree in psychology and a Juris Doctor Degree. He assists the attorneys at Pozo Goldstein, LLP with client liaison and case processing as part of his paralegal duties. His responsibility is USCIS and Immigration Court cases.
Shelley is responsible for file management for the firm. Shelley manages client files including closing out files and managing file retention schedules. In addition to file management, Shelley acts as a backup receptionist and client liaison.
Marianne is responsible for fielding clients, prospective client calls and welcoming guests as they enter the law firm office. Marianne makes sure clients are comfortable while they wait and that they are seen as soon as possible. Marianne maintains the attorneys’ schedules with respect to meeting with new and existing clients.
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