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Immigration Attorney Alisa Daubenspeck

Alisa Daubenspeck is Of-Counsel to and is a Senior Attorney working in our firm. She previously worked as a Managing Attorney for many years at CARECEN, the Central American Resource Center non-profit in Los Angeles, CA, that aids indigent and low income immigrants.  Before joining us, Alisa and Attorney Heather trained other immigration attorneys together speaking on bar association panels on complex abused spouse and VAWA cases.

Alisa has a long history of working in the non-profit field with complicated family immigration issues involving ageing out children, violence survivors, and green card issues.  She currently works with our clients who are abuse survivors, those applying for conditional green card waivers, and those facing fraud and unlawful presence waivers. 

Prior to joining our firm, Alisa also worked as a Supervising Attorney for the Immigration Center for Women and Children (ICWC) and was a Staff Attorney for Neighborhood Legal Services, where she regularly worked on VAWA (abused spouse) cases. 

Sought out for her expertise, she has conducted specialized training on U Visas, Abused Immigrant, and other Violence Against Women Act issues for immigrants for community organizations and law enforcement agencies including the Los Angeles Police Department, the LA City Attorney’s Office, the Department of Child & Family Services, and the USC School of Social Work.  She has also trained other attorneys on specialized green card, conditional green card, child and family immigration, deportation, and DACA issues for organizations including Asista, the Immigrant Legal Resources Center, CLINIC,  Federal Bar Association, Mexican American Legal Defense Fund, and the Los Angeles County Bar Association. 

Alisa is fluent in Spanish. 

She is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association. 

Alisa is a graduate of Oberlin College in Ohio and earned her law degree from UCLA School of Law.  She’s been practicing family-based Immigration Law since 2007.

She is admitted to practice law in the State of California and represents client in federal immigration proceedings. 

Contact Alisa: 


(877) HUMAN-RTS (486-2678)