Renata Castro, Esq. discusses the legal profession in an article published by the prestigious ABA Journal

Current changes in political climate have had a significant impact in immigration lawyers. 

The American Bar Association, a secular, prestigious pillar of the legal community in the USA, has published an article discussing the epidemic of depresion in the legal profession.

Renata Castro, Esq., founder of the Castro Legal Group, was quoted among other highly recognized attorneys in the USA. In her contribution, Mrs. Castro discusses the responsibilities of being an immigration attorney.

“Immigration attorneys open the doors to individuals looking to live the American Dream, and that is why it is imperative for these professionals to understand the responsabilities relating to their jobs and to manage the expectations” said our founder, Renata Castro,  in relation to the article. “It is key for immigration attorneys to be at the cutting-edge of legal theories in order to effectively represent their clients in immigration proceedings.”, concluded Renata.

Renata Castro, Esq. is an active member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association, the Federal Bar Association, among other reputable legal associations in the USA.

Castro Legal Group

Castro Legal Group ( is a boutique law firm in Pompano Beach, Florida, serving the needs of the Brazilian community related to immigration matters, and select commercial and family law disputes. Versed in a range of immigrant and nonimmigrant visa issues, the Castro Legal Group has represented EB-5 investors, internationally acclaimed artists and athletes, families looking to live the American Dream, as well as individuals facing the Immigration Judicial system in the USA. Renata Castro, Esq. is the founding attorney, currently licensed by the state of Florida (Florida Bar 116889) and offers legal representation throughout the USA in immigration matters.

American Bar Association

Currently one of the world’s largest voluntary professional organizations with over 400,000 and more than 3,500 affiliated entities, the American Bar Association ( is a secular organization designed to serve equally our members, our profession and the public by defending liberty and delivering justice as the national representative of the legal profession.

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