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Attn Ricardo Skerret

Attn Ricardo Skerret

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Attorney Ricardo Skerrett has been an immigration practitioner in the Southwest Florida area since 2001. He is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association. He is a founding member and former Secretary of the Collier County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and former member of the Board of Directors of the South West Florida Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. He was affiliated with Nations Association Charities in Ft. Myers, where he founded an immigration law clinic. He used to write immigration articles for Gazeta Tropical, an hispanic weekly newspaper for the “Ft. Myers News-Press”, a Gannet newspaper, and for Expresion Latina. Mr. Skerrett is also a regular guest on Accion Hispana which airs on Univision and appears as a consultant on local TV news and radio news programs. . To see Attorney’s Skerrett qualifications Click here…

Judge Rogers

Judge Rogers

D. Anthony Rogers served as a Federal Immigration Judge in Dallas, Texas, for over 17 years until his retirement in 2010. He is also a retired Army Colonel who served as an Infantry Officer and combat Aviator during the Vietnam War. Following law school he returned to active duty with the U.S. Army and served as a Judge Advocate and Military Judge for the duration of his career. He has served as a professor of law both within the military at the National Defense University, as an adjunct professor at law schools, and on the faculty of the National Judicial College. He developed his business experience while serving as General Counsel and Board Secretary to the Army & Air Force Exchange Service, then an $8 Billion for-profit retail concern serving service members and there families worldwide. As a voting member of the Osage Indian Nation he has extensive exposure to the Oil & Gas businesses of the tribe and has advised the Principal Chief on a variety of issues including energy development. He has served in an “of counsel” capacity with law firms in Texas and Alabama. To see Judge Rogers qualifications click here…