|Jeffrey N. Brauwerman|
Former U.S. Immigration Judge Jeffrey N. Brauwerman is involved in all aspects of the firm on a full-time basis and is available for consultations in both Miami-Dade and Broward County offices.
"Former immigration judge Jeffrey Brauwerman of The Brauwerman Law Firm PA is well known for his impressive work in deportation cases. He maintains a strong business immigration practice."
-Chambers USA America's Leading Lawyers for Business
A Progressive Law Firm Dedicated to Traditional Values
Although the firm exhibits time-honored legal traditions, the attorneys and staff stay current with the latest technological advances. This includes a state-of-the-art case management tool called LawLogix. As a client, you can go online to track the progress of your case at any time.
Working to Ensure Your Interests Are Protected
The Miami and South Florida-based attorneys at the Brauwerman Law Firm, P.A. routinely represent clients before national and worldwide government agencies including:
- U.S. Immigration Judges
- U.S. embassies and consulates
- U.S. Department of Labor
- U.S. Department of Homeland Security
- Board of Immigration Appeals
- Board of Alien Labor Certification Appeals
Contact an Immigration Law Firm You Can Trust
At the Brauwerman Law Firm, P.A., you will receive quality personal service, dedicated to achieving your goals. Your options will be carefully and professionally analyzed and explained. To arrange a professional consultation, contact the firm at 305-758-1234 or by e-mail.
In-office, telephonic, and Skype consultations are available. For your convenience, the firm has offices located in both Coral Gables and Plantation, Florida.
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