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Rambana & Ricci, PLLC Mount Spring, 2015 DACA Preparation Seminar Circuit


TALLAHASSEE, January, 2015 – Award-winning immigration attorneys Neil Rambana and Elizabeth Ricci of Rambana & Ricci, PLLC announced a Spring, 2015 seminar circuit.  60-minute preparation sessions about President Obama’s Immigration Executive Order will be conducted in English and Spanish out of the firm’s innovative mobile office.  Attendees are encouraged to bring proof of presence in the US, ID, children’s birth certificates and or proof of residency.  Although the seminars are free, space is limited and RSVPs are required. 

“As far as I know, we’ll be the first nationally to have a mobile office like this.  We’ll take an RV on the road and give seminars at churches and to civic groups.  We’ll prepare candidates for DACA filing and other processes.  The RV will have wi-fi, copier, printer and the ability to take passport style photos.  Because immigration is federal, we can practice in any state and plan on concentrating on the south east”, said Managing Partner Elizabeth Ricci.

The mobile office will be visiting the following cities on the dates listed below:

January 11, 2015  – Moultrie, GA; January 17, 2015 –  Valdosta, GA; January 18, 2015 – Plant City, FL; February 1, 2015  – Bainbridge, GA; February 7, 2015 – Ft. Pierce; March 16-20, 2015 –  Greenville, SC.  Additional cities to be announced. 

For more information please visit www.rambana.com.  Call 850 661 3033 for more information or to request that the Rambana & Ricci PLLC mobile office visit a particular city.   

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