Alina Cruz is an immigration attorney practicing in Miami, Florida. She has successfully defended clients in complex immigration matters before the immigration court, board of appeals and federal court including deportation defense, family and business petitons, asylum and naturalization issues, waivers and more. She has also assisted Dreamers with their petitions for deferred action and has been a guest speaker to diverse groups including churches and schools to talk about immigration.
Born in Havana Cuba, Alina Cruz grew up in Miami Florida. She is a naturalized American Citizen. As an immigrant herself, she understands the negative effects immigration can have on the whole family. The laws of U.S. immigration are exceedinly complex. A poorly written petiton, waiver or defense can have devastating consequences.
Alina Cruz founded CruzLaw PA, a law firm focused on immigration matters, so that she could best serve her clients and help them navigate the turbulent waters of immigration law. If you have an immigration matter or are interested in living, working or studying in the USA, please contact us to see how we can help you. You can be sure that any case referred to us will be treated with professionalism and courtesy. Immigration laws are like a big puzzle. Call us to see where you fit.
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- USDC, Southern District, Florida
- English: Spoken, Written
- Spanish: Spoken, Written
- CruzLaw PA
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- Florida International University
- J.D. | LAW
- Activities: represented indigent clients with immigration matters in the Carlos A. Costa Immigration Clinic; worked as volunteer in immigration department of Catholic Charities
- University of Florida
- B.S. | Advertising, School of Journalism and Communications
- Farmers Legal Action Group (FLAG)
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- Activities: Alina Cruz is currently on the Legal Assistance Network Listing provided by FLAG to help women and hispanic farmers and ranchers in their claims against USDA for discrimination. Over $1.33 billion (not a typo) has been set aside for qualified applicants. DEADLINE TO APPLY is March 25, 2013. Find out more at www.CruzLaw.us
- American Immigration Layers Association
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