About Lacroix Law
Lacroix Law is a boutique immigration law firm located in the heart of White Plains, NY. We are dedicated to giving our clients peace of mind while navigating their paths to legal status.
Miriam Lacroix, the founder of Lacroix Law, P.C., has been passionate about helping people live their best lives for as long as she can remember. She knew that she wanted to change lives with whatever career path she chose.
She chose to become an immigration attorney because she is passionate about the freedom of movement, uniting/reuniting families, and inspiring victims to view themselves as survivors. She has been blessed to run an immigration practice that allows her to use her passions to help her clients and their families.
She truly believes that borders don’t have to be barriers. In fact, she is the product of this view. Her father is a Haitian immigrant who fell in love with an American woman from the Bronx. Her parents refused to allow borders to keep them apart and 30+ years later they are glad they didn’t.
We understand how difficult it is to take action and address your immigration concerns, so we commend you for taking the first step. With the constant changes in the government’s policies towards immigrants, we don’t know where our immigration laws will be next year, next month, or even tomorrow! What may be available to you today, may not be available later on, so taking action to protect yourself and your family now even though it’s scary is very noble and we admire that.
We know that coming to see an attorney about resolving your immigration concerns can be a little frightening too. Discussing your immigration problem will involve talking about some very uncomfortable and/or intimate things within your life and relationships. But we want to reassure you that our approach is to make this an empowering experience for you. Regardless of your situation, we want this to be enjoyable and stress-free. We want you to leave our office feeling good and excited for the next steps.
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