De Castro Foden founder Maria Luisa de Castro Foden has been solely dedicated to immigration law for the past 38 years. Born in Chile, she immigrated to the United States in 1967 as a foreign student to Douglas College, Rutgers University in New Jersey. When she received her juris doctor in 1978, she was the first Latina woman to graduate from the University of Connecticut School of Law. De Castro Foden has represented thousands of clients successfully in the ever-changing landscape of immigration law. With her services more crucial than ever, she has become a highly regarded specialist in the practice of immigration law, educating the community through television appearances and community presentations. Nominators said her legacy is one of tireless advocacy, vision and personal commitment to her clients.
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