For more than six years I’ve been advising clients ranging from individuals to small business. I enjoy practicing Immigration law and helping clients through these complex legal issues with practical advice and clear strategies. If you want a free consultation, contact attorney Iris Albizu now.
How can I help you?
With affordable and custom legal representation, I advise clients in immigration issues from how to bring a loved one to legally enter and stay in the United States, as to how to help your business to comply with responsibility with the immigration laws. My legal service is pro-active and personal, giving to you the confidence of being well represented. As married with a foreign national, I understand with sensibility the frustration that sometimes overcome with the overwhelming immigration system.
If your needs are in Puerto Rico, I can help you to understand how to find solutions in the areas of family law including divorces, child support, custody, child support modification and visitation enforcement. I understand that every case is unique, that’s why I develop a personal and custom strategy to all my cases. I can also help with the evaluation of your case in other areas of civil law as personal injuries, contracts, and property.
- Inter-American University School of Law, J.D.University of Puerto Rico, (Bayamon), magna cum laude
- Admitted to the State Bar of Texas and Puerto Rico
- American Bar Association
- American Immigration Lawyers Association
- National Immigration Project
I was born in Bayamon, Puerto Rico and during my college years I worked as a congressional inter in the House of Representatives in Washington D.C. I also had learning experiences abroad including an international law course at the Complutense University in Madrid, Spain.
I’ve practiced law in Puerto Rico and developed a clientele based in civil litigation with emphasis in family and estate law. Also, collaborated with the Department of Justice in Washington D.C. in complex high-profile litigation. Now, having relocated with my family to Austin, Texas, I focus my practice on family and immigration law. I have always enjoyed giving my time and expertise to different non-profit organizations as a I did in Puerto Rico being an active member of the Pro- Bono organization, which brought me several recognitions. Now, I work as a Board Advisor for the PRFDance, an Austin non-profit engaged to preserve the cultural awareness and I’m a legal resource for different immigration non-profit organizations based in the city of Austin.
I also assist members of Puerto Rican community who, away from the Island, have legal matters pending in Puerto Rico.
Born and raised in the beautiful island of Puerto Rico, I’m a native Spanish speaker.
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Tel. (512) 861-5638
Fax. (866) 584- 6996