|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|SuperLawyer||Law & Politics Magazine||2016|
|SuperLawyer||Law & Politics Magazine||2015|
|Super Lawyer||Law & Politics Magazine||2014|
|Super Lawyer||Law & Politics Magazine||2013|
|Northern California SuperLawyer||Law & Politics Magazine||2012|
|Northern California SuperLawyer||Law & Politics Magazine||2011|
|Phillip Burton Immigration and Civil Rights Award for Advocacy||Immigrant Legal Resource Center||2010|
|Northern California SuperLawyer||Law & Politics Magazine||2010|
|Certificate of Honor||San Francisco Board of Supervisors||2010|
|Northern California SuperLawyer||Law & Politics Magazine||2009|
|Northern California SuperLawyer||Law & Politics Magazine||2008|
|Certificate of Recognition||Congresswoman Jackie Spier||N/A|
|BASF/VIP Pro Bono Award||Northern California Chapter||N/A|
|Certificate of Recognition||California State Assembly||N/A|
|Attorney||Law Office of Rosy H. Cho||2000 - Present|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|American Immigration Lawyers Association||Member||N/A|
|National Lawyers Guild||N/A||N/A|
|AILA Practice Pointers||Practical Pointers in Defending Against Marriage Fraud||2010|
|University of California at Berkeley, Boalt Hall School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||N/A|
|Amherst College||Political Science/English||Bachelor Degree||N/A|
|AILA Annual Conference||Dealing with Surprises in Court||2016|
|Immigrant Legal Resource Center||Family-Based Immigration- Advanced Session||2013|
|Webinar||Abandonment of Permanent Residency||2011|
|AILA California Chapter's Conference||I-9 Audits||2011|
|AILA California Chapter's Conference||DUIs and Bond in Immigration Court||2011|
|Instructor||Immigration Law Fundamentals||2010|
|2010 AILA Annual Conference||Marriage Fraud Issues||2010|
|United Methodist Church Conference||ICE Raids at home and in the workplace||2009|
|ILRC Webinar||Filing Motions to Suppress||2009|
|2009 AILA Annual Conference||Community and Legal Response to ICE Raids||2009|
|United Methodist Church Conference||Know Your Rights||2008|
|United Food & Commercial Workers Union||ICE raids in the workplace||2008|
|KALW Radio: Your Legal Rights||Immigration Law Q & A||2008|
|AILA California Conference||ICE Raids||2008|
|2008 AILA Annual Conference||Remedies under VAWA (Violence Against Women Act)||2008|
|United Methodist Church National Conference||Immigrant Legal Rights||2007|
Posted by B.J.
From the first meeting, Rosie was very understanding and sympathetic. She gave me the PROS and CONS for the actions we will be taking and let me know the BEST CASE and WORST CASE scenarios. At the interview, she was very helpful in keeping the immigration officer on track to the subject on hand. The ultimate result was that I was recommended for US citizenship and took my Oath in less than 30 days later. Thank you Rosie for all your help and support. You and your office are definitely highly recommended!
Posted by anonymous
Rosy is AMAZING!! Not only is she an expert in her field, but she is highly responsive over email, and is a genuinely caring and compassionate human being. She was not merely my legal consultant, but my emotional support during unexpected twists and turns in my husband's immigration application. Largely thanks to Rosy, our story had a happy ending, with my husband finally being able to join me in the US with his Greencard. She's also an unusual lawyer in not being constantly focused on the financial bottom-line. For example, when she had to work overtime on our case due to an unexpected snag, she didn't charge me her full hourly rate because she said the snag wasn't either my or my husband's fault. I'm not sure how many other lawyers would have had that much honesty, integrity, and basic human kindness! Honestly, I can't praise her enough. Trust her - she will get the job done with proficiency and compassion!
Posted by anonymous
I am so grateful that I have found Rosy to help with my immigration case. She is seriously a godsent. I have a relatively complicated case, and wanted to adjust status within the U.S based on marriage to a U.S. citizen. Other lawyers who I have consulted prior to finding Rosy either told me that it would be impossible, or that I would need to go back to my home country in order to adjust status and I could be there waiting for months while my job is on hold and at a risk that it won't get approved and I won't be able to come back into the States. I was pretty scared at the risk and dejected by a lack of a consistent response or no response from other lawyers, and then in comes Rosy. Rosy responds to her emails promptly, and she immediately put me at ease during our first consultation. She is very honest with the reality of the situation and after carefully reviewing my information, she reassures me that I can adjust status in the U.S, and many people adjust their status here without needing to go back to their home country.
Her price is reasonable and there are no hidden fees later. She is very clear with explaining the process, and she is patient and continues to answer follow-up questions throughout the process. She is able to see things clearly and keep the process simple and straightforward. She provides checklists and timeline of what to do, so I just followed her checklist to gather all necessary documents. She would review all the documents in person with me and my husband before she helps me process the application. Her office keeps track and notifies me of all the USCIS notifications, so I never miss a notice. We would also meet again prior to the interview. Throughout the process, Rosy is reassuring and knowledgeable. She was right there with me for the interview and was a calming force. I was anxious and a little skeptical at how smooth the process would go, especially after all the negativity from other lawyers before.
I highly recommend and trust in Rosy's guidance. I am so grateful I found her through the reviews here on Avvo, and now that my case is a success with obtaining work/travel authorization and a green card all within ~6 months, I want others to know about Rosy and how helpful she is. She is an excellent lawyer, so if in doubt, I suggest just sending her a email and inquiring about your case.
Mitri Hanania, Criminal defense Attorney
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I met Ms. Cho through a mutual client who had hired her a few years ago. Although he was facing removal proceedings for a felony conviction, she was still able to prevent him from being deported. I now refer my clients to her who face immigration consequences due to criminal convictions. I highly endorse Ms. Cho in the field of immigration law.
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