Lori Romero became the Senior Partner of the Law Firm of Arévalo & Romero on January 1, 2018, at the age of twenty-seven. She attended Scripps College on a full scholarship and graduated in 2012. She went to Loyola Law School and graduated in 2015. She was admitted to the State Bar of California in 2016.
During law school, she won an internship in the gang unit of the City Attorney of Compton, California. She clerked for the Judge Hector Guzman and interned for three years in the Office of the Army Corps of Engineers. She also did a clerkship at the Law Office of Enrique Arevalo. It was during this clerkship at the firm and under the guidance of Enrique Arevalo when she decided to pursue a career in immigration law.
Lori Romero is an active member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) She is a member of the Mexican American Bar Association (MABA), of Los Angeles.
Lori Romero belongs to a working class family. Her mother arrived from Mexico at fifteen to the United States, Her mother worked as a teacher's assistant. Lori has two brothers who live in the state of California.
Our law firm represents employers, who allegedly have violated employment related immigration rules.
Our law firm represents employers, who illegally have outdated employment related immigration rules.
We are aware of all aspects of the process that materialize in the granting of visas.
Our attorneys have extensive experience in the field of deportation defense.