4011 W. Flagler Street, Suite 406, Miami, FL 33134
Magdalena Cuprys received her Juris Doctor from the University of Washington School of Law in 2002. She was admitted to the practice of law in California in 2003 and in Florida in 2006. Before law school, she completed two bachelor’s degrees, one in Political Science and one in Latin American Studies, at the University of Chicago in 1999 (AB Degrees Political Science & Latin American Studies from the University of Chicago in 1999). Ms. Cuprys is a member of Kappa Alpha Theta sorority and was the Panhellenic President at the University of Chicago. – She is a Member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA); the South Florida and the Latin American Chapter of AILA; the Federal Bar Association; the Miami-Dade County Bar Association; and the Broward County Bar Association. She also actively participates in the Florida Lawyer’s Network and Business Network International or “BNI.” Magdalena Cuprys is admitted to the practice of law in Florida and California. She speaks fluent English, Spanish, and Polish, and is conversant in Russian and Italian.
2747 Coney Island Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11235, USA
Ms. Denevich is dedicated to creating a safe and highly confidential environment whilerepresenting clients in all areas of immigration law. Her attention to detail and knowledge of each client’s concerns allows her to excel in an area of law that is every changing and complex. She will exhaust all the resources necessary to get positive results for you and keep your mind at ease. Her clients include children who cannot be reunified with parents, victims of crimes, domestic violence, human or sex trafficking, asylum seekers, as well as individuals with U.S. and foreign criminal convictions who faced immigration consequences.She also handles family and employment petitions, naturalization and visa applications. Ms. Denevich is admitted to practice law in the state of New York. She is fluent in Russian language and is an active member of the community.
7100 16th St, Berwyn, IL 60402, USA
5250 Corporate Dr, Troy, MI 48098, USA
Rami D. Fakhoury is the founder and Managing Director of Fakhoury Law Group (FLG, now known as FGI), the largest independently-owned business-based immigration law firm in Michigan. FGI embodies his life-long belief in the economically vital role that immigrants have played, and advances his goal of helping businesses to fulfill their talent needs and individuals to realize their aspirations. “Every wave of immigrants,” he says, “has brought many talents, skills, and aspirations to this country, making the United States the world’s leader in business, technology, and innovation. My goal in starting FLG back in 1997 was to help American companies grow and prosper by bringing in hard-working and talented employees from all over the world, and to give those same people the chance to fulfill their dreams. Seeing that I started out with just a desk and a computer and a handful of case files, our dramatic growth shows not only that immigration continues to be vital to the economic future of our nation and the world, but that many companies have found our methods ideal to satisfying their talent mobility needs.”
3953 Holcomb Bridge Rd, Suite 300, Peachtree Corners, GA 30092
Attorney Zoraima Flores is dedicated to immigration matters. She received her law degree in Caracas, Venezuela in 1997. She worked as a lawyer in Venezuela for four years and had the opportunity to represent the largest electricity company in the country. He came to the United States in the year 2000 and since May 2002, he has been working in the immigration field having the opportunity to obtain a vast experience in all immigration processes and procedures. He obtained his license to practice law in the State of Louisiana and has been representing clients throughout the United States and other countries. Attorney Zoraima Flores served as Director of the Immigration Department of the Latin American Association located in Atlanta, Georgia in which he had the opportunity to serve hundreds of low-income people to obtain their legal status in the United States. In the Latin American Association, attorney Flores also had the opportunity to assist people under VAWA regulation that establishes protection, confidentiality and legal status for victims of domestic violence without discrimination based on sex, age, creed or social status.