About Us

Lic. Meredith R. Brown | California State Bar # 189386

Lic. Brown has practiced immigration law since 1997 and has advocated for the migration community since 1988, when she began volunteering with CARECEN – Centro de Recursos Centroamericanos.

Lic. Brown is part of the panel of attorneys who provide free legal assistance in the Los Angeles immigration court. She is a graduate of Loyola Law School and earned her psychology degree from Western Law School in Los Angeles, California.

As a lawyer for immigration law and community rights, her mission has been to bring about positive and permanent changes within current immigration law through her community work with leaders of various non-profit organizations and officials.

Ms. Meredith Brown works in virtually all areas of immigration law and is a member of the Executive Committee of the Immigration Section of the Los Angeles County Bar Association. She is also a member of the American Association of Immigration Lawyers and prides herself on decades of work with various nonprofits in the Los Angeles area. He has traveled extensively to El Salvador, Guatemala, Mexico, and other Latin American countries, and has conducted studies with Sussex and the University of Cambridge in England. Attorney Brown participates in a variety of television and radio newscasts in the Los Angeles area.

Attorney Brown has filed briefs with the Los Angeles Immigration Court, the Board of Immigration Appeals, and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. His passion is winning the cases of his clients – either before the Immigration Court or before the Citizenship and Immigration Service – as well as fighting for fair immigration laws. The staff of Ms. Meredith Brown’s Law Office is one of the best, her legal assistants are very professional and willing to assist each client individually.

Some of Lic. Brown's accomplishments over the years include the following:

  • Lic. Brown was one of the main organizers of a large movement for immigrant rights in Washington DC in October 1996, in which nearly 100,000 people participated.
  • She assisted in a lawsuit to protect the rights of dozens of naturalized citizens to retain that state – even under the threat of wrong denaturation by the Citizenship and Naturalization Service.
  • She has donated her time with other communities and institutions, including Casa Nicaragua, One Stop Immigration, the Central American Resource Center, and other community institutions – offering free information about immigration law to thousands of people.
  • She has mentored law students each summer, training them to work on lawsuits and to advocate on behalf of immigrants.
  • She is involved with various projects, including:
    • Information campaigns to protect immigrants against notary fraud.
    • Trainings sponsored by the Los Angeles Bar Association
    • Campaigns to expand current immigration laws with the aim of providing more rights and protection to immigrants.

This is what our team thinks:

No job offers me the satisfaction that the immigration field brings me. Seeing the happiness that the change in immigration status produces for working families, who deserve it, is indescribable. For me, filling out forms, reviewing documents, and paying attention to each case individually is not just part of my job, it is a way to give families the best chance that their case will be approved and that they can stay together.

Claudia Góngora , Legal Assistant with more than 20 years of experience

I like to help the community and I really like my work. We are a professional and honest team.

Jackie Sahagun , 7-year Legal Assistant

I love my job. What I like most about him is knowing that our work has changed someone’s life.

Mayra Reyes , Legal Assistant for 1 year

We are a fantastic team!

Maria Gonzalez , Receptionist

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