Attorney Ana Nobleza Siscar is a solo practitioner who exclusively practices U.S immigration and naturalization law. Her immigration practice in the U.S spans more than a decade, and in prior years, she worked with the UNHCR and engaged in different areas of law practice in the Philippines. She is dedicated to rendering high-caliber service and utmost care to each of her clients.
Her current practice includes U.S. Citizenship and Naturalization cases, family petitions, employment-based petitions for all professionals including professors, outstanding or extraordinary talents, artists, athletes, O’s, P’s, H’s, L’s, and J’s. She handles both self-petitions such as EB-1(a) and National Interest Waivers, as well as employers’ petitions such as EB-1(b) and PERM. She also handles DACA-related applications, student visas, humanitarian visas, investors’ visas, 601/601A waivers, and 212 applications. Ana currently serves as the Chair of the Connecticut Chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA). She came to the United States from the Philippines as a Fulbright Scholar in 2001. She earned a Master’s in International Trade Law from the University of Arizona and a J.D. from the University of the Philippines. Ana is duly licensed and admitted to practice law in New York and the Philippines, and has teaching experience in the United States and in the Philippines.
Immigration Lawyer. Abogado para sa mga Nangingibang-bansa. Abogado de immigración. Avocat d’immigration. Yon avoka imigrasyon. Advogado Especializado em Imigração. Einwanderungs-Anwalt. Āvrajana Vakīla. وکیل مهاجرت.Yímín Lǜshī. Immigratsionnyy Advokat. Invandring Advokat. Thnāykhwām Trwc Khn K̄Hêā Meụ̄Xng.