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SEATTLE, WA, November 03, 2021 /24-7PressRelease/ -- With unyielding determination, fortitude, and zest for life, Alexandra fights for her clients, defying the traditional law practices that once disappointed her. She described the traditional law practice work environments as toxic, cutthroat, and unsupportive. Her desire to help immigrants drove Lozano to start her own law practice which is mission-driven, client-centric, and has a stellar work environment.
Following her massive success within a short time, Abogada Alexandra founded the Association of Mother Immigration Attorneys (AMIGA), a mentorship program aimed at coaching other attorneys on how to make their law practices thrive. She mentors them through weekly blogs and webinars, regular Ask Ally Coaching conference calls, Six-Figure Solo membership, annual in-person conferences focused on Women, Power, and Money, and inspirational 6-minute CEO Facebook Live shows. She has won various awards including the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) Sam Williamson Mentor Award and the Seattle University School of Law Alumna Award for her resilience in mentoring other lawyers and advocating for immigrants' rights.
Alexandra Lozano Immigration Law Helps Immigrants
Alexandra Lozano Immigration Law enables clients to continue staying in the U.S. legally while seeking work permits and permanent residency status. Through her law firm, Alexandra achieves this in the following ways:
• I-360 petitions -- These are petitions based on VAWA that put people on a path for a work permit and/or permanent residency application.
• T visas -- These are immigrant visas reserved for victims of human trafficking.
• U visas -- These immigrant visas are reserved for victims of certain criminal activities who have suffered physical or psychological abuse and are willing to cooperate with government or law enforcement agencies. It enables such victims to stay in the US legally and help law enforcement officials in the investigations or prosecution of the perpetrators.
• Post-deportation options -- Alexandra Lozano Immigration Law, PLLC gives various options after deportation, even when others have said that it is impossible.
Alexandra Lozano's law firm follows the above channels to make sure that immigrants obtain legal status without leaving the country. By winning any of these petitions and visas, clients and their immediate family members can obtain work permits and social security numbers that allow them to become legal residents.
About Abogada Alexandra Lozano
Abogada Alexandra Lozano went to the University of South Florida and later to Seattle University School of Law. She started practicing law in 2008 and has worked exclusively fighting for the rights and legal status of undocumented immigrants. She is an author of four books, a teacher and mentor to other lawyers, and has won several awards for her work. She and her husband and their 5 children live in the Seattle area.
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