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“I enjoy working with clients to find creative solutions to client needs while maintaining the strictest ethical standards.  I am compassionate and caring, and realize clients are placing some of the most important decisions and opportunities in their lives within my hands.”

Juliana García-Uribe is a member of Murtha Cullina's Immigration practice.

She represents individuals and businesses with various immigration matters, including assisting clients with obtaining immigrant and nonimmigrant visas abroad and helping businesses navigate the Department of Labor's PERM Labor Certification process.

Juliana often counsels clients on citizenship and adjustment of status before the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) and on waivers of inadmissibility. She has extensive experience in drafting and representing clients in family-based petitions. She also represents clients who have been victims of crimes in their U Visa Petitions and she represents victims of domestic violence in their VAWA petitions with USCIS.  In addition, Juliana represents clients in removal proceedings in immigration court. 

  • American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA)

    • Case Assistance Committee

    • Military Assistance Program

  • Hartford Planning and Zoning Commission, Alternate Commissioner 

  • Swift’s Inn, Member

  • Spanish

  • French

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