Houston, Texas Oct 10, 2022 (Issuewire.com) – Davis & Associates, a Houston immigration law firm, has recently hired immigration attorney Cristina Marrero Rodriguez. Rodriguez was born and raised on the island of Puerto Rico, is fluent in both English and Spanish, and is well-equipped to help clients from all backgrounds and nationalities.
She graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Puerto Rico in 2016 with a bachelor’s degree in Sociology and an emphasis in Cultural Studies and Criminology. Rodriguez later completed her juris doctor in 2019 and is admitted into the Puerto Rico bar.
Rodriguez has volunteered countless hours at her local immigration law clinic and “SOI” Servicios de Orientacion al Inmigrante.
“Volunteering with these organizations gave me the opportunity to understand that a great immigration lawyer must not only be knowledgeable in the laws but also in people,” said Rodriguez.
Before moving to Houston in 2022, Rodriguez worked as a paralegal for a Mass Tort and Class Action Litigation law firm in Puerto Rico. Her previous work in immigration has given her a deep understanding of the family-based immigration process.
“We are so thrilled to welcome Cristina Marrero Rodriguez to the Davis & Associates team,” said Davis & Associates founder and managing attorney, Garry Davis. “Her experience and passion for family immigration cases will be a great asset to our clients.”
Davis & Associates has been serving the Houston and Dallas communities for over 15 years in all areas of immigration law including family immigration, fiance visas, business immigration, deportation, requests for evidence, immigration appeals, green cards, naturalization, student visas, and more.
To schedule a free in-person consultation with Rodriguez or another member of the Davis & Associates team, call 713-581-6607 or visit https://gldlaw.com/contact-us-for-a-free-consultation/.
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6220 Westpark Dr, Suite 110
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