Attorney Christina Galvan has dedicated her legal career to practicing immigration law. Ms. Galvan is a native Spanish speaker and as a daughter of immigrants, she understands that immigration laws can often seem complicated and burdensome. She brings her vast experience and compassion to every case.
Ms. Galvan was admitted to the Pennsylvania Bar in October 2009. Prior to joining Solow, Isbell & Palladino, LLC, she worked as an associate attorney for nearly 8 years at Bagia & Associates, PC. There, she gained extensive experience with deportation defense, family-based applications, including I-601A waiver applications, asylum, abuse-based petitions, naturalization applications, and non-immigrant visa applications. She has also worked as a legal intern at Nationalities Service Center in Philadelphia, where she worked on family-based petitions, naturalization, and deportation defense; and as a legal intern throughout law school at the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society (HIAS) through the Penn Law Immigrant Rights Project. There, she worked primarily on defensive asylum applications, self-petitions under the Violence Against Women Act, and policy research. Ms. Galvan participated in the Transnational Legal Clinic at Penn Law, where she represented low-income immigrants on a pro bono basis.
Educational Background:Temple University, Bachelor of Arts, Political Science with a minor in Latin American Studies, magna cum laude, 2006;University of Pennsylvania Law School, J.D., 2009.
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