Audrey Robert-Ramirez, Esq.

Attorney Audrey Robert-Ramirez's interest in immigration law is rooted in her desire to interact with the world's diverse cultures and promote social justice; working with the immigrant population in the U.S. allows her to safeguard immigrants' rights at the domestic level. She relies on her knowledge of immigration law, language skills, and cultural sensitivity to ease a client's experience while navigating the U.S. immigration system. Compassion, transparency and diligence are the foundation of her client-centered practice. Audrey is a dedicated attorney who aims to provide strategic immigration solutions tailored to her individual clients and their families' needs. 

Audrey obtained a dual degree in law and public health from Northeastern University of Law and Tufts School of Medicine in 2011. She worked as an associate at Kaplan, Friedman & Associates for four years, and later at Macias, Greenstein & Kaplan, before opening her own practice in April 2015. Audrey has also served the immigrant population as an intern at Greater Boston Legal Services, and Holland & Knight in Washington, D.C.; and spent a year as an Americorps fellow at the International Institute of Boston. She credits her former employers and thanks her mentors for her understanding of immigration law and zealous advocacy skills. 

Born and raised in Paris, France, Audrey appreciates first-hand the complexity of juggling two worlds. In addition to France, Audrey has lived in Nicaragua, Peru, and Ecuador, and traveled to several countries including Brazil, Greece, Turkey, Mexico, and Spain. She is fluent in French and Spanish, and conversant in Portuguese. 

Audrey is a member of the Massachusetts Bar, American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), and the National Immigration Project of the National Lawyers' Guild. She welcomes opportunities to collaborate in community presentations about immigration law and volunteer in pursuit of immigrants' rights and advancement in the U.S.