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Olga-Maria Ramos Salazar has more than 14 years of experience in the field of immigration law. She graduated from The George Washington Law School in 2002 where she pursued the Master of Laws Program (LLM) in consortium with Georgetown Law Center. She received her Bachelors in Laws and Political Sciences in 1998 from the University of Lima in Peru.
Attorney Olga-Maria started her immigration law practice in 2002 with a non-profit organization based in San Diego, California which provided legal advice on immigration issues to unprivileged people. In 2003 she worked for a boutique Immigration Law firm in Miami, Florida where she focused on investment visas. She was appointed as a poll watcher for the 2005 Venezuelan Presidential Referendum conducted at the Venezuelan Consulate in Miami, Florida.
Attorney Olga-Maria has written articles on domestic violence and has given numerous presentations on immigration issues at local churches and non-profit organizations such as the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of San Diego where she explained the eligibility requirements for the programs of DAPA and DACA.
Attorney Olga-Maria is the founder of International Legal Practice Group (ILPG) and is authorized to practice Immigration Law in all states of the U.S. ILPG is a full service immigration law firm and represents international clients from all over the world before U.S. Consulates, U.S. Embassies, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, Immigration Court and Immigration and Customs Enforcement. Her practice focuses on all areas of Immigration Law; Family Immigration, Removal Proceedings, Investment and Business Immigration Law:
- Detention Defense
- Removal (Deportation) Defense
- VAWA (Violence Against Woman Act)
- Humanitarian and U Visas
- Citizenship & Naturalization
- Family Immigration Visas (Petitions for Relatives, Fiancés and Spouses)
- Investor Visas
- Professional and Employment (Work) Visas
- Training Visas
- Exceptional Skills Visas
Attorney Ramos is a member in good standing of:
- The NY BAR
- The American Immigration Lawyer Association (AILA)
- The Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of San Diego
- The San Diego Bar Association (NY Attorney)
- The LIMA BAR Association in Peru