Renata Castro, Esq. will moderate two immigration law pannels in national conference

Renata Castro, immigration attorney and founding partner of Castro Legal Group, an immigration law firm in Pompano Beach, Florida,  will moderate business panels held during the Federal Bar Association’s annual Immigration Law Conference in Memphis.

It has been announced that, Renata Castro, Esq. has been selected as a moderator in the prestigious annual Immigration Law Conference held by the Federal Bar Association’s Immigration Section in Memphis, TN beginning May 18 through May 19, 2018.

“The Federal Bar Association is a solid pillar of the legal immigration community, and it is fantastic to participate and give my small but meaningful contribution,” Renata Castro, Esq, an Immigration Attorney at Castro Legal Group. Renata Castro, Esq. has been selected as a moderator in the prestigious annual federal bar attorney conference.

Renata Castro, Esq. will moderate two panels – “Basics of Business Immigration Practice before USCIS” on May 18 and “H-1B Workarounds” on May 19.

Federal Bar Association
The Federal Bar Association (“FBA”), founded in 1920, is dedicated to the advancement of the science of jurisprudence and to promoting the welfare, interests, education, and professional development of all attorneys involved in federal law. FBA members run the gamut of federal practice: attorneys practicing in small to large firms, attorneys in corporations and federal agencies, and members of the judiciary. The FBA is the catalyst for communication between the bar and the bench, as well as the private and public sectors.

Renata Castro, Esq.
is an immigration attorney located in Pompano Beach, Florida. Founder of the Castro Legal Group, Renata Castro, Esq. is an avid community advocate. With a flourishing practice, Renata practices in a wide range of immigration cases ranging from aliens with extraordinary ability, employment-based cases as well as family-based cases.

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