212 N Naches Ave, Yakima, WA 98901
Jodi (Felton) Mumford was born and raised in Yakima. She is a graduated of Eisenhower High School, Washington State University, and the University of Idaho College of Law. Jodi has practiced law in Yakima since 2009, focusing mainly on immigration law. In her immigration law practice, Jodi has experience handling a variety of immigration cases including: Adjustment of Status to Legal Resident, Citizenship & Naturalization, Immigrant Visas Abroad, U Visas, V Visas, K-1 Fiancé Visas, DACA, and Deportation/Removal defense. Jodi likes the personal aspect of immigration law very much. Meeting new people every day with different backgrounds and experiences and being able to help them navigate the confusing and ever-changing immigration laws whether it be in immigration court when facing deportation or helping her clients to obtain citizenship, legal residence, or permission to work in the United States. Seeing a client obtain their first legal resident card, take the oath to become a United States citizen, or simply witnessing a hug between spouses or a parent and child who no longer have to worry about losing a family member to deportation are the best parts of her job.
12030 Sunrise Valley Dr, 160, Reston, VA 20191
3603 High Ridge Way, Unit 1-303, Boynton Beach, FL 33426
Additional Practice Areas: EB-5 and Immigration Law Corporate and Commercial Law Real Estate Law As founder and managing attorney of Nazario Yordan Law, PLLC, Marife Nazario focuses her practice in EB-5 and immigration law, while continuing to practice general business law and real estate law to a lesser degree. Marife’s practice is based in Florida, but she is licensed in numerous jurisdictions, including Florida, Pennsylvania, Missouri and Puerto Rico. While she handles the universe of immigration matters, from asylums and complex waivers to temporary work visas to family and employment-based visas, her specialty is investment-based E-2 visas and representing Regional Centers and foreign investors in the area of EB-5 law—a program that allows foreign investors to invest capital in the U.S. in numerous industries and in exchange for the creation of jobs and the increase in economic activity, they become eligible for a green card. Marife’s multicultural background, multilingual skills, and nearly 20 years of legal experience spanning a wide array of practice areas, including business immigration law, corporate, commercial, and real estate law, have equipped her well to flourish in the hybrid area of EB-5 law and investment-based visas, where she serves her clients with a unique—and powerful—combination of skills and experience. Marife was born in Spain and grew up in Puerto Rico. With Spanish as her native language, she is also proficient in French, Portuguese and Italian, and fluent in English. She earned her bachelor’s degree in 1993 from Duke University, her law degree and a Certificate in European Legal Studies from Tulane Law School in 1999 and her LL.M. degree in Corporate and Commercial Law with honors from the University of London in 2000. While pursuing her J.D., she also served as managing editor and board member for the Tulane Journal of International and Comparative Law, was ranked among the Who’s Who: American Law Students, and studied under Chief Justice Rehnquist in Sienna, Italy. Marife’s studies have also sent her to Spain, France and Italy, and she also clerked for a commercial law firm in Lyon, France. Over the course of her career, Marife has served as attorney for international firms, including Blackwell Sanders Peper Martin, where she led the business immigration practice, and in-house with Visa, Inc., where she served as Assistant Vice President and Legal Counsel of the Latin America and Caribbean Region. In 2014, she began her EB-5 training with a renowned EB-5 firm in Los Angeles and in 2018, she moved to Florida to lead the Orlando office as managing attorney for a Tampa immigration firm. In 2019, her passion, experience, and skills culminated in a nomination for Top EB-5 Attorneys and the launch of her own firm. “Unlike most immigration attorneys, my practice is not based on volume. I pour my heart and soul into every case that I handle. In all my years, I have never had one denial in any of my own cases,” she shares. In 2020, she won the Lawyer Monthly Immigration Lawyer of the Year – USA award as well as the Elite Lawyer Award for Immigration and EB-5 Law, and was also featured in the Top 100 Lawyers Magazine for her work in those areas. CONTACT INFORMATION https://firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 305.905.7538 LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/marife-nazario-19197810 https://www.thetop100magazine.com/marife-nazario-yordan https://exeleonmagazine.com/marife-nazario-yordan-impacting-the-field-of-law-and-beyond/
7000 North Mopac Expressway, Suite 200, Austin, TX 77022
Mr. Nossa’s practice is focused exclusively on immigration and nationality law. For nearly a decade, Mr. Nossa has assisted clients with family, employment and investment-based immigration, handling some of the most complex cases in immigration law. He is an active member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association, the American Bar Association, the Hispanic National Bar Association, and the National Lawyers Guild National Immigration Project, as well as the State Bar of Texas Immigration and Nationality Law Section. Mr. Nossa has received numerous awards and recognition for his work in the area of immigration and nationality law. He was recently named a Superlawyer Rising Star, has received awards from Acquisition International as well as Lawyers of Distinction. Additionally, he has been featured in the Houstonian and H-Texas magazines for recognition as a top immigration lawyer in Houston.
333 City W Blvd, Orange, CA 92868
Mr. O?Reilly is admitted to the State Bar of California, U.S. District Courts for the Central, Eastern, Northern and Southern Districts of California; the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit,; and the U.S. Supreme Court. He is a member of the following esteemed organizations: Los Angeles County Bar Association; the American Bar Association; the American Trial Lawyers Association; the State Bar of California, Immigration Section; and the J. Reuben Clark Law Society of Orange County. Likewise, he presently serves as the Chair of the Immigration Law Section of the Riverside County Bar Association. A native of Fresno, California, Mr. O?Reilly received his law degree from the University of La Verne, College of Law and his Bachelor of Science degree from Brigham Young University. Given his expertise, he is an expert in all facets of Immigration Law. Mr. O?Reilly has defended clients facing removal from the United States as well as those seeking refuge from persecution under international asylum laws. Having represented celebrities, athletes and businessmen, Mr. O?Reilly is most at home helping families achieve their American dream. His unusual success rates stem from his empathetic understanding of his client?s situation and his undeterred determination to make sure each and every client achieves his or her immigration goals.