Liset Lefebvre Martinez, Esq.
Liset Lefebvre is licensed in the State of Texas.
She received a Bachelor of Business Administration from the University of Texas at El Paso and a Juris Doctor from the University of Denver, Sturm College of Law.
While in law school, Mrs. Lefebvre studied in England at the University College of London, Faculties of Law where she focused her legal studies on Comparative Law and Transnational Litigation. She clerked at Bacciardi & Partners, an international corporate law firm, in Italy. Mrs. Lefebvre also clerked for the United States 10th Circuit Court of Appeals, Bankruptcy Appellate Panel in Denver, Colorado and upon graduation for the 383rd District Court in El Paso, Texas.
Mrs. Lefebvre joins the firm with 10 years of legal experience, which includes managing an immigration law firm for four years in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
Her immigration practice includes Removal Defense, Family Based Immigration, Business and Employment Immigration, Citizenship and Naturalization, I-9 Compliance and Motion Practice before the Executive Office of Immigration Review and the Board of Immigration appeals.
Prior to venturing into immigration law, Mrs. Lefebvre participated in the defense of multi-million dollar complex commercial litigation matters. She handled a broad range of civil disputes including construction defect, ERISA, FLSA, and product liability matters.
Mrs. Lefebvre is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association, Texas Bar Association, and Dallas Bar Association. She previously served as the AILA Dallas Section Co-Coordinator (2011-2012), and EOIR Oakdale Liaison (2015-2016).
Mrs. Lefebvre is fluent in Spanish, and proficient in Italian. She is passionate about serving the community and has dedicated many hours to helping victims of domestic violence and trafficking.
Removal Defense, consular processing with waivers, fiancée visas, adjustment of status, citizenship and naturalization, deferred action (DACA), VAWA, asylum, TPS, NACARA, employment based visas, motions to reopen and appeals before the Board of Immigration appeals.
10 years, 2,500 cases