|GA||Active Member in Good Standing||2000||08/05/2017|
|Attorney||Weinstock Immigration Attorneys||2014 - Present|
|Attorney||Siskind Susser Immigration Lawyers||2010 - 2014|
|Attorney||The Fogle Law FIrm, LLC||2005 - 2010|
|Staff Attorney||Eleventh Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals||2001 - 2005|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|National Lawyers Guild, National Immigration Project||Member||2011 - Present|
|American Immigration Lawyers Association||Member||2006 - Present|
|American Immigration Lawyers Association (Georgia-Alabama chapter)||EOIR Liaison Committee Member||2011 - 2012|
|American Immigration Lawyers Association (Georgia-Alabama chapter)||ICE Liaison Committee Member||2010 - 2011|
|Diallo v. U.S. Attorney General||Petition for Review Granted|
|Montano Cisneros v. U.S. Attorney Gen.||Petition for Review Granted|
|Madu v. U.S. Attorney Gen.||Petition for Review Granted|
|See all legal cases|
|Emory Bankruptcy Developments Journal||"Calling a Fraud a Fraud: Why Congress Should Not Adopt a Uniform Cap on Homestead Exemptions||1999|
|Emory University||Law||Juris Doctor||2000|
|University of Florida||Journalism and Mass Communication||Bachelor of Science||1995|
|AILA Georgia-Alabama Chapter Annual Conference||Burdens of Proof in Immigration Proceedings||2017|
|AILA Georgia-Alabama Chapter Annual Conference||Mandamus Relief for Agency Delay||2017|
|Spring Professionalism Program||Ethics and Professionalism||2016|
|AILA Georgia-Alabama Chapter Annual Conference||Fundamentals of Removal Defense||2016|
|New Member Mentor Dinner||New Member Mentorship||2015|
|American Immigration Lawyers Association Georgia-Alabama Chapter Conference||Eleventh Circuit Update and Strategy Session||2015|
|Georgia-Alabama Chapter Annual Conference||Strategies in Obtaining Reopening, Reconsideration, and Review of Removal Orders||2013|
|Family Immigration Law||Relief from Removal and Waivers of Inadmissibility||2013|
|Family Immigration Law||Grounds of Deportability||2012|
|Immigration Law Fundamentals||Victims of Crime Visas and Asylum Law||2011|
Posted by Vera
I had a great experience! They were really great in helping me understand the process and getting me through all kinds of questions. They really went above and beyond helping me get everything in order. They were always by my side the whole way. I now have my American Citizenship. I do recommend them 100%.
Posted by Jose
I worked with Leslie to obtain my green card and citizenship. What kept me coming back to her is that she stayed on top of everything and always updated me on every step or notification received. The whole process was worry free.
Posted by Amanda and Reynaldo Rodriguez
My husband Reynaldo Rodriguez was in the country illegally for around 11 years before we decided to find a lawyer. We are are so grateful that we choose the Leslie Diaz and the lawyers at Weinstock Immigration. They put in so much hard work and compassion getting my husband's wavier and then his green card/ residence card. Our family is so grateful, I can't say enough good thing about these lawyers, they are quick to call you back, they answer any question you have, they put everything together very quickly and they have so much knowledge of the immigration process. Thank you so much for keeping our family together and giving us a great new start!!
Michael Urbina-Pabon, Immigration Attorney
Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community
I've had the opportunity to see Ms. Diaz at work and also collaborate with her on a local AILA CLE presentation. Her knowledge and passion for the profession and her work is superb. I highly recommend Ms. Diaz.
John Miller, Estate planning Attorney
Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community
I had the good fortune to work at the same firm with Leslie for about 2 years shortly after law school. Leslie brings a strong work ethic and a thoughtful table-side manner to her practice. Her experience and passion put her near the top of my list when I am asked to refer an immigration attorney in Atlanta.
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