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Philip J. Velez is a New York licensed attorney and the Executive Office of Immigration (EOIR). Attorney Philip graduated from the prestigious University of Maryland in 2006 and attended the Hofstra University School of Law in New York in 2013. He has traveled to Peru, Mexico, Puerto Rico and Ecuador where he did social work. He worked at the Hofstra Political Asylum Clinic in 2006, where he represented a client in deportation and asylum proceedings for reasons of domestic violence [Read more]
Born in Peple, Republic of China and lives currently in New York City. She graduated from Fujian Normal University, China with a Bachelor of Law degree. Following college, she went to Europe and attended Utrecht University, the Netherlands, graduating with her first degree of Master of Law. And she received her second master of law degree from Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, New York. She is admitted to practice law in China and New York. Jian practices in the areas of real estate transaction and immigration law [Read more]
Selenia Destefani was born in Venice, Italy and lives currently in the New York Metropolitan Area. She graduated from University of Verona, Italy with an MBA with specialization in International Business and a Bachelor in Foreign Languages.
Following college in Europe, she moved to the United States where she has been working as immigration paralegal for over seven years. While working full- time, Selenia is currently a law student at St. John’s Law School. [Read more]
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