Immigration attorneys Dustin W. Dyer, Tamar L. Lawrence, Bryce L. Robertson, Isaac K. Adams and Cesar E. Ramirez represent those in need of family visas, business or work-related visas, those persecuted in their countries and seeking refuge in the United States, and those that are seeking to prevent a deportation or removal.
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Dustin W. Dyer
Dustin graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in History and Spanish from the University of Richmond and a Juris Doctor degree from Temple University. He limits his practice to United States Immigration law. Dustin is bilingual in Spanish and English.
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Tamar L. Lawrence
Tamar graduated from the William & Mary School of Law where she excelled as a member of the Moot Court team, and as a member of the William and Mary Journal of Women and the Law where she served as an Articles Editor. Tamar also holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in History and Spanish from Cornell University.
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Bryce L. Robertson
Bryce graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Government from Cornell University and Juris Doctor degree from Villanova University. During his time at Villanova, Bryce served as the school’s liaison to the Philadelphia Bar Association. Bryce also distinguished himself as a leader of the Student Bar and as Vice President of the Francophone Professional Law Society. Bryce is multilingual in Spanish, French, English, German and Swedish.
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Isaac K. Adams
Isaac holds a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Richmond, and a Bachelor of Arts degree from Brigham Young University in Utah where he majored in Philosophy and minored in Linguistics. Isaac is multilingual. He speaks English, Spanish and Portuguese fluently, and has a working knowledge of Russian. Isaac is a seasoned civil litigator.
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Cesar E. Ramirez
Cesar graduated cum laude from the University of Mary Washington with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Philosophy and American Legal Studies, and from Charlotte School of Law with a Juris Doctor degree.
Morgan L. Furman
Morgan graduated with a Juris Doctor degree from Elon University School of Law and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Hispanic Studies and Sociology from the College of William and Mary. While in law school, Morgan Leigh distinguished herself as a Leadership Fellow and an Oak Scholar and served as Editor in Chief of the Journal of Leadership and the Law.