Natasha V. Snow
During her internship at the Atlanta Immigration Court in 2010, Ms. Snow spent a considerable amount of time researching the topics of asylum and cancellation of removal. In addition to the USCIS and consular post cases, a significant part of her practice is devoted to areas of criminal immigration, bond reduction, and representation of clients in immigration court.
Prior to attending law school, Ms. Snow worked in the insurance field as a workers’ compensation claims adjuster, risk manager, and a manager of property and casualty operations. During her career in insurance, Ms. Snow earned a title of Chartered Property and Casualty Underwriter, the premier designation in the insurance industry. Ms. Snow finds her knowledge of the insurance operations very helpful when assisting clients in workers’ compensation and personal injury cases.
- Alabama State Bar
- Immigration Court (E.O.I.R.)
- 11th Circuit Court of Appeals
- U.S. District Court Northern District of Alabama
E.C.D. v. IN RE: P.D.R.D. 2111101. Decided: December 07, 2012 (Alabama Court of Civil Appeals held that juvenile courts must address SIJS findings for immigration Court and Board of Immigration Appeals (E.O.I.R.). This was a big win for our client and for all future special immigrant juvenile status applicants in Alabama). Cite as E.C.D. v. P.D.R.D., 114 So. 3d 33 (Ala. Civ. App. 2012).
Alfredo Marquez-Martinez v. U.S. Attorney General, No. 18-11099 (11th Cir. 2018) (11th Circuit Court of Appeals decision directing immigration court to reopen the case).
Natasha Snow can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Birmingham Bar Association
Birmingham, Alabama – November 18, 2020
“Immigration Basics and Beyond: Family Immigration, Removal Defense and Related Issues”
Radio Station: La Chula 97 5
Show: Good Morning People Show
Birmingham, Alabama – April 10, 2020
“Impact of COVID-19 Shutdown on Immigration”
The City of Madison Conference for
Municipal Judges, Court Clerks and Magistrates
Madison, Alabama – May 3, 2019
“Immigration Consequences of Criminal Convictions”
Alabama Association of Municipal Attorneys/Judges
Orange Beach, Alabama – October 20, 2018
“The Impact of Padilla v. Kentucky: Where do we go from here?”
Samford University Immigration Law Conference
Birmingham, Alabama – December 1, 2017
“Juvenile Status and SIJ”
2017 AILA Annual Conference
New Orleans, Louisiana – June 23, 2017
“Perfecting Grits: The Case for Special Immigrant Juveniles”