Corina Salzar is an immigration attorney who has been practicing in the areas of family-based petitions and removal defense for over 13 years in non-profits and as a solo practitioner. Fighting alongside clients, families have been reunited from detention and from abroad to live and work in the U.S. The experiences of resilience from DACA recipients, refugees, asylees, victims of crimes, legal permanent residents, detained persons, and even U.S. citizens have served as a basis to win cases in Immigration Court and before the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. She is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association and has conducted several community outreach events throughout her career at non-profits and as a solo practitioner.
Growing up bilingual and bi-cultural in New Orleans and as the daughter of Salvadoran immigrants, Ms. Salazar empathizes with the struggles of the maze of immigration laws and continues to be ready to guide clients towards a secure future. Working in the immigration field is her tribute to her family.