Renee C. Redman clerked at the New York and Newark, New Jersey Immigration Courts through the U.S. Attorney General’s Honors Program. She is admitted to the bars of New York (1994) and Connecticut (1994).
Renee Redman handles simple and complex immigration matters, focusing on asylum, family-based immigration, deferred action, waivers, and removal cases.
She represents clients in removal cases before immigration courts, and on appeal to the Board of Immigration Appeals and higher federal courts in the Connecticut/New York area. She also provides advice to clients and criminal attorneys on immigration consequences of criminal convictions.
She provides advice and assistance in the following areas: Family-Based Immigration Petitions Immigration Waiver Applications DACA, DAPA and Other Deferred Action Requests Consular Processing and Adjustment of Status Applications Asylum Applications Citizenship and Naturalization Removal (Deportation) Defense and Detention Temporary Protected Status Applications and Re-Registration Petitions for Review, Habeas Petitions, and Other Immigration Cases in Federal Court Immigration Consequences of Arrests and Criminal Convictions
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