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Lic. Meredith R. Brown | California State Bar # 189386
Meredith Brown practices in virtually all areas of immigration law and is a member of the Executive Committee of the Los Angeles County Bar Association’s Immigration Section, and she is an active member of the National Immigration Project, and the American Immigration Lawyers’ Association (AILA) since 1997.
Ms. Brown is a graduate of Occidental College and Loyola Law School, and she prides herself on her 30+ years’ work with various non-profit organizations in the Los Angeles area. She has traveled extensively to El Salvador, Guatemala, Mexico and other Latin American countries, and has done coursework at Sussex and Cambridge Universities in England.
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Eligible DACA recipients can continue to apply to renew their DACA for two more years. You must initiate such a renewal well in advance (between 6 months and 1 year of its expiration), so that your permit arrives before its expiration. Eligible individuals who have never had DACA should be able to apply at this time.
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For over 23 years, the Law office of Meredith R. Brown has the mission of providing excellent and affordable services for a comprehensive list of Immigration processes, including.
From Our Clients
I had seen several lawyers and they all told me that my case had no solution, but then I met Meredith Brown and I chose her. I was afraid that I would be deported and separated from my family. She fought my case in court. It was a hard case, very hard. But she solved things for me and everything came out right.
Yo había visto a muchos abogados y todos me dijeron que mi caso no tenia solución, pero luego la conocí a la Abogada Brown y la seleccioné a ella. Yo tenia mucho miedo de que me deportaran y me separaran de mi familia. Ella peleó mi caso en la corte. Fue un caso duro, muy duro. Pero ella me solucionó las cosas y todo salió bien