Rafael Ortiz-Segura, Esquire
A former Immigration Judge, Rafael Ortiz-Segura was first appointed as an Immigration Judge in January 1994. Prior to his appointment in Orlando in May 1997, he was an Immigration Judge in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Ortiz-Segura received a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1976, and a Juris Doctorate in 1979, both from the University of Puerto Rico. From 1988 to 1994, he worked as a general attorney for the former Immigration and Naturalization Service in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Ortiz- Segura is a member of the Puerto Rico Bar. The Lim Law team is honored to welcome Ortiz-Segura to the firm as counsel.
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Henye S. Perez, Esquire
Focusing on Immigration and Nationality Law, Attorney Perez has handled a multitude of cases involving complex immigration matters, ranging from visa petitions to defending immigrants in removal proceedings.
Ann Marie Farrell, Esquire
Attorney Farrell joined Lim Law after practicing for two years at a non-profit immigration legal services provider.
As the daughter of immigrants from Mexico, she has a personal understanding of the struggles individuals endure while navigating the American Immigration System..
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Orlando immigration attorney Henry Lim discusses topics affecting Central Florida immigration and national immigration news
On June 4th, Lim Law, Orlando’s largest firm dedicated solely to immigration law, welcomed former immigration Judge Rafael Ortiz-Segura, to become our new Of Counsel. Judge Ortiz-Segura was first appointed as an Immigration Judge over two decades ago. Prior to his...read more
Tratando casos de deportación y análisis de noticias de inmigración – La Voz del Inmigrante – 6-02-18
En este episodio de La Voz del Inmigrante, el abogado de inmigración Henry Lim continua con su análisis de temas migratorios en las noticias aparte de explicar a profundidad los servicios de Lim Law.read more
In an effort to limit all forms of immigration, the Trump administration has determined Special Immigrant Juvenile Status will not be granted to applicants who apply when they are over the age of eighteen but have yet to turn twenty one. Over the last ten...read more