I know what it is like to be an immigrant to the US. Born and raised in Argentina, I came to the United States in 2008. Since arriving, I have held several immigration statuses. The first time, I came with a J-1 visa, and the second time with a fiancé visa. Then, I became a conditional permanent resident. Two years later, I was able to remove the condition on my residency. Finally, after many years, I became a citizen of the United States.
I know the fear, the uncertainty, and the anxiety that a person experiences while passing through the various and confusing immigration processes. I’ve been there. That is why I studied and prepared myself, so today I focus exclusively on helping immigrants achieve their immigration goals in an efficient manner.