My primary area of practice is immigration and nationality law. More than 50 percent of my work involves litigation. I represent detained and non-detained clients before U.S. Immigration Courts, the Board of Immigration Appeals, and Federal Appellate and District Courts.
With respect to Immigration Courts and the Board of Immigration Appeals, I represent non-citizens seeking asylum, cancellation of removal, waivers, and adjustment of status. In Federal Courts I represent clients with regard to petitions for review, direct appeals from federal district court decisions, complaints for declaratory judgement and injunctive relief, mandamus actions, and petitions for habeas corpus.
I also represent clients before U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services with respect to affirmative asylum applications, petitions for immigrant and nonimmigrant visas, applications for adjustment of status and naturalization, requests for humanitarian relief, and requests for extensions of status and temporary forms of relief.
Prior to my practice as an immigration attorney, I was a corporate lawyer working primarily in the areas of securities law, commercial litigation, bankruptcy law, and real estate transactions.
While no attorney can guarantee results, I believe strongly in providing personal service and putting in the time and effort for a successful outcome in a client's case. As an immigrant myself, I know how important it is for my clients to find the security and stability they seek through legal status so that they may move forward with their lives and pursue their own American Dream.
Languages spoken: English, Spanish
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I have known Charles for almost ten years. He is without question the most aggressive attorney I have met in the world of immigration litigation. Fearless, tenacious and ingenious. If I was in removal proceedings, I would hire him to be my attorney. Period.
Kathlyn Mackovjak Immigration Attorney
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Charles is not only a very knowledgeable immigration attorney, but he is deeply passionate about fighting for the rights of his clients. He fearlessly pushes back against the "forces that be" of the U.S. immigration world where many other attorneys might give up and give in. I highly endorse Charles Conroy!
Nicole Hartnett Immigration Attorney
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|FL||Member in Good Standing||2004||09/08/2015|
|Attorney and Owner||Law Offices of Charles R. Conroy, PLLC||2013 - Present|
|Immigration Attorney||Neighborhood Defender Service of Harlem||2012 - 2013|
|Adjunct Law Professor (Immigration Law)||Dwayne O. Andreas School of Law, Barry University, Orlando, FL||2008 - 2011|
|Immigration Attorney||Legal Aid Society of the Orange County Bar Association, Inc., Orlando, FL||2006 - 2012|
|Corporate counsel, law firm associate, and government regulator||several positions prior to practicing immigration law||2000 - 2006|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|New York County Lawyers' Association||Member||2014 - Present|
|New York City Bar Association||Member||2013 - Present|
|New York State Bar Association||Member||2013 - Present|
|American Immigration Lawyers Association (Central Florida chapter)||Past Co-chair||2008 - 2009|
|American Immigration Lawyers Association (Central Florida chapter)||Former Board of Directors||2007 - 2010|
|American Immigration Lawyers Association (Central Florida chapter)||Past Treasurer||2007 - 2008|
|American Immigration Lawyers Association||Member||2006 - Present|
|National Immigration Project of the National Lawyers Guild||Member||2006 - Present|
|Law Offices of Charles R. Conroy, PLLC||Being "Waived" In at the Border Is Enough to Qualify for Cancellation of Removal||2015|
|Law Offices of Charles R. Conroy, PLLC||EB-1 Extraordinary Ability Visa||2015|
|The Law Offices of Charles R. Conroy, PLLC||Victims Of Domestic Violence May Now Qualify For Asylum||2014|
|Law Office of Charles R. Conroy, PLLC||Conrad 30 Waiver Program for Physicians: Moving From J-1 to H-1B Without Leaving the U.S.||2014|
|Law Offices of Charles R. Conroy, PLLC||Extreme Hardship Waivers to Remove Conditions on Green Cards Acquired Through Marriage||2014|
|Law Offices of Charles R. Conroy||Detention and Bond Hearings:||2013|
|Law Offices of Charle R. Conroy, PLLC||Bringing Your Future or Current Spouse to America||2013|
|Law Offices of Charles R. Conroy, PLLC||Good Faith Marriage: Proving You Want to Build a Life Together||2013|
|Law Offices of Charles R. Conroy, PLLC||Silence: The Undocumented Immigrant's Best Weapon Against Deportation||2013|
|Law Offices of Charles R. Conroy||A Second Chance: Reopening Your Case After You've Been Ordered Removed From The U.S.||2013|
|Law Offices of Charles R. Conroy, PLLC||Employment-Based Immigrant Visas: Getting A Job And A Green Card in the U.S.||2013|
|Law Offices of Charles R. Conroy||Immigrants & Domestic Violence: From Undocumented Victim to Documented Survivor||2013|
|Law Office of Charles R. Conroy, PLLC||The Unlawful Presence Waiver: Getting Your Green Card, Avoiding Family Separation||2013|
|Vermont Law School||Focused on International, Corporate, and Environmental Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1999|
|St Michael's College||English Literature and History||BA - Bachelor of Arts||1993|
|Legal Aid Society CLE||Vawa Self-Petitions Vs. Vawa Cancellations: Why Some Clients May Be Better Off In Removal Proceedings||2012|
|Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida Public Defenders Office||Immigration Consequences of Criminal Convictions||2011|
|Central Florida Chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Association||Declaratory Judgment and Mandamus Actions before the Federal District Court||2011|
|Legal Aid Society of the Orange County Bar Association, Inc.||VAWA and U Visas: Representing Victims of Domestic Violence and Other Crimes||2010|