About Our Firm
In all areas of practice, the general focus of our firm is improving the overall quality of the lives of our clients. The attorney, Verna Bash-Flowers has been practicing law since 1990. Historically, her clients have come from many different ethnic groups including Italian, Puerto Rican, Lao, Vietnamese, Mexican, Jamaican, Haitian and Brazilian to name a few. During the course of her twenty one years of practice, she has learned about the different cultures and needs of her clientele. She takes these factors into consideration in her representation of her clients.
The attorney majored in Spanish at Rutgers College in New Brunswick, New Jersey. She spent her junior year of college, studying at the University of Mexico (UNAM)in Mexico City . She speaks Spanish and she also has a Spanish speaking Paralegal. She has spent the past twenty one years representing clients in the Courtroom as well as before Administrative Agencies.
She and her staff share the same vision. They pride themselves on providing personalized professional legal representation at competitive rates.
The attorney is licensed to practice in State and Federal Court, both in Connecticut and North Carolina. She is also licensed to practice before the Supreme Court of the United States, in Washington, DC. She will work with you through every aspect of your case. She is personally familiar with all of her clients and their respective cases. Her support staff is there to assist her not to replace her.
Our firm offers the following Immigration Services:
Family-Based Immigrant and Non-immigrant Visa Petitions
- Permanent Residence Applications for family members both in, and outside the U.S.
- Alien Relative Petitions
- Fiancé Petitions
- Consular Processing for Immigrant and Nonimmigrant Visas
- Applications for Removal of Conditions
- Advance Parole/Permission to Travel
- Employment Authorization
- Document Replacement: Alien Registration Card, Naturalization Certificate, etc.
Deportation and Removal Defense, and Immigration Appeals
- Denial of Applications
- Deportation or Removal Proceedings
- Petitions for Review and Declaratory Relief to U.S. Federal Circuit Courts
- Motions to Reconsider and Reopen
- Criminal Convictions
- Hearings before the Immigration Judge
- Stays of Deportation and Cancellation of Removal
- Appeals of Decisions
- Consequences of being out-of-status
Special Immigration Petitions and Projects
- Asylum Applications
- Self-Petitions for Abused Spouses
- Religious Workers
- F-1 Students
- Naturalization/Citizenship Applications
- Immigrant Visa Lottery