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Anique Samuel is a dedicated immigration attorney with a passion for helping individuals navigate the complex world of immigration law. Born and raised in Antigua and Barbuda, she made the decision to immigrate to the United States in 2006.

Anique's educational journey began at the John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York, where she pursued a bachelor's degree in Legal Studies with a minor in English. During her time at John Jay, Anique developed a strong foundation in legal principles and honed her communication skills.

After graduating, she gained valuable experience working in the legal field at various law firms for three years. This experience solidified her desire to continue her education and pursue a career as an attorney. Anique's passion for immigration law was ignited during her time at the Florida Coastal School of Law, where she participated in the Human Rights and Immigration Clinic.

During the clinic, Anique was able to gain hands-on experience with real people and real cases, further deepening her understanding of the challenges faced by immigrants. She developed a strong commitment to advocating for human rights and social justice within the immigration system.

Anique was also very passionate about participating in various pro bono opportunities, such as "Citizenship Day," which assisted many low-income families with applying for US citizenship for themselves and their loved ones. Her dedication to serving the community and helping those in need exemplifies her commitment to making a positive impact in the lives of others.

With years of experience practicing immigration law, Ms. Samuel has successfully handled a wide range of immigration matters. Her expertise includes handling removal proceedings, waivers, family-based petitions, citizenship applications, u-visas, vawas, and more. Anique's unwavering dedication to her clients, combined with her extensive knowledge and experience in immigration law, make her a trusted advocate for those seeking immigration assistance.

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