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|TX||Eligible To Practice In Texas||2003||03/29/2017|
|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|CIL Social and Professional Interaction Award||Cool Immigration Lawyers||2014|
|Founding Attorney||Scott and Associates, Attorneys at Law, PLLC||2003 - Present|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|American Immigration Lawyers Association||Member||2005 - Present|
|American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA)||Solving the Mysteries of the I-212 Waiver Practice Advisory||2016|
|Immigration Practice Pointers (AILA)||Medical Grounds of Inadmissibility Practice Advisory||2015|
|Self-Published||Extreme Hardship Evidence for a Waiver of Inadmissibility||2015|
|Voice: American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA)||Alcohol Abuse: Is Your Client Inadmissible||2014|
|The Waivers Book: Advanced Issues in Immigration Practice||Waiver After Prior Removal or Deportation (Chapter 10)||2011|
|Temple University||Doctor of Jurisprudence/Juris Doctor (J.D.)||N/A||2002|
|Solving the Mysteries of the I-212 Waiver||9C (INA 212(a)(9)(C))||2016|
|Inadmissibility in Employment-Based Cases—Mental Health Issues||Medical Inadmissibility||2016|
|AILA 2016 Annual Conference in Las Vegas||Consular Processing After I-601A Approval||2016|
|AILA 2015 Annual Conference in DC||Medical Inadmissibility||2015|
|39th Conference on Immigration and Nationality Law||Inadmissibility and Waivers||2015|
|2015 AILA Central Florida Chapter Conference||Latest News In Waivers||2015|
|AILA 2014 Annual Conference in Boston||Consular Processing||2014|
Posted by Tetyana Newkirk
Back in 2006 I was sure it was it for me. And Laurel was our last hope! My case was a messy nightmare NO ONE could solve. Very long story... But Laurel helped us from A to Z. I was back to USA in 2008 with a Green Card. Now I am a citizen ! Thank Lord for Laurel! God bless her! Thank you soooo much, Laurel!!!
Posted by Octavio
I live in Long Island,N.Y.I am a Mexican immigrant married to an american citizen I have 2 children. After years of doing research and consulting lawyers in this area including NYC, I was disappointed for the lack of knowledge that some immigration lawyers have for the waiver process ,specially 601 and 601-a provisional waiver. I found laurel in the internet a few years back,and in reading her chat is that I became familiar with the terminology of my case.After a big immigration law firm told me that there was nothing they could do for me I finally decided have a consultation with Laurel I was not going to give up my hope that the big immigration law firm was wrong. I thank God I did it, after having the consultation with Laurel she told me what was going on with my case and she gave a time frame , she said 12 to 18 months you will have your green card in your hands.(the other law firm had done the FOIA and FBI fingerprint check for me already, do your homework) If you are planning to hire an immigration lawyer, do yourself a favor have a consultation with her first and then you can go ahead and hired whoever you want, however when you go back to the consular interview believe me you want laurel to be your lawyer because she knows the process so well that it will give you peace of mind. by the way I got my green card and I couldn't be happier. I have never written a review for nobody before in my life.however I feel this is very important.
good luck in your immigration journey.
Posted by angie
About seven years ago Laurel won a very challenging hardship waiver case for my spouse and I. Her style is unique. No she is not chatty but straight to the point. Listen and do what she tells you and you should be alright. She is passionate and real and no amount of money can pay for a piece of mind not having to worry about whether your spouse will be deported or not.