Interview on Debt Relief and Undocumented Americans
Host Patricia Corrales, of Justice Matters, talks to Attorney Daniela Romero about debt relief and the special impact it has on the immigrant community.
PASADENA, Calif. - March 2, 2014 - PRLog -- In this terrible economy a record number of people are facing bankruptcy. Undocumented and immigrant Americans face the same economic issues that other Americans face, yet commonly, they are afraid to access the legal system to file bankruptcy which would afford them the "fresh start" that most Americans obtain through filing for bankruptcy.
“For years I've been meeting with clients who are in debt and terrified about the future. Many have been taken advantage of by creditors, yet they are afraid to access the the legal system that would afford them a 'fresh start' through bankruptcy. They wonder how they can survive in a world that judges them based on their immigrant status," states Daniela Romero.
Attorney Patricia Corrales, host of Justice Matters, has a deep concern for this struggling community and recently, she interviewed Attorney Daniela Romero on the important topic of debt relief through bankruptcy and the special impact it has on the immigrant community. Access the interview here.
About the Law Office of Daniela P. Romero: Daniela Romero has been practicing law in the Los Angeles area since 1998. Ms. Romero currntly practices primarily in the area of Consumer Bankruptcy Law and Consumer Protection, including Student Loan Law. Additionally, she has practiced in the areas of civil litigation and family law. She was also the staff attorney for the Los Angeles County Bar Association's Domestic Violence Project. Ms. Romero is an adamant believer in community service and giving back to the community that has been so good to her.
About the Law Office of Patricia Corrales: Patricia M. Corrales is an attorney at law, practicing primarily in the field of immigration law, with a focus on criminal immigration defense and citizenship issues. She is a leading expert in questions pertaining to U.S. citizenship — both acquisition and derivation of U.S. citizenship as well as denaturalization or the revocation of U.S. citizenship for those who have procured their citizenship illegally or by misrepresentation. As a former attorney for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), Ms. Corrales is uniquely qualified to offer strategic consulting on criminal cases that have immigration consequences, as well as comprehensive representation in all criminal related matters.
Law Office of Daniela Romero, APLC
1015 N. Lake Ave., Ste. 212
Pasadena, CA 91104
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Law Office of Daniela Romero
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