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Attorney Amarilys Marrero practices immigration law at the Law Office of Amarilys Marrero, LLC in Quincy, Massachusetts. She is licensed in Puerto Rico (1995) and in Massachusetts (1997). Attorney Marrero has practiced different areas of law, but prefers to help indigent individuals and other at risk populations, such as abused women and children. In her current role as an immigration practitioner, she represents adults and minors who are in removal proceedings at the immigration court, or who are requesting affirmative relief (outside of immigration court). Currently many of her clients are classified as “Unaccompanied Alien Children” who are seeking asylum or applying for Special Immigrant Juvenile Status.  In 2011, she began serving the UAC population through her work at Catholic Charities as the Legal Orientation Program for Custodians.  During that time, she provided legal orientations for children and their sponsors, and conducted pro se asylum workshops to assist minors who did not have legal representation. These workshops proved to be effective and for that reason were modeled by other legal orientation providers throughout the United States who were serving unrepresented minors. Through her work at Greater Boston Legal Services, Attorney Marrero was able to assist hundreds of immigrant workers affected by the New Bedford raid of March 2009. The New Bedford raid was the beginning of a life-commitment to serve undocumented immigrants. 

Legal Presentation at Boston University 2017  

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