Mary Ann Romero, Attorney at Law
Partner, Kretz & Romero, P.C.
Mary Ann Romero
was born and raised in El Paso, Texas. Growing up in a border town between El Paso and Cd. Juarez, Mexico taught her about the unique needs of immigrants in the United States. Her early experiences helping immigrants comes from within her own family by helping translating and filling out forms for schools, banks, health care, etc. on a daily basis. Mary Ann always wanted to make sure that a person received the benefit they were requesting because they had a right to that benefit. After her experiences with immigration law in her law school clinic, she knew that she wanted to be an immigration attorney because she felt right at home helping the individuals that she had already spent a lifetime helping.
Mary Ann has lived in Albuquerque, New Mexico since 1992. Mary Ann is a graduate of the University of New Mexico School of Law. She is a member of the American Bar Association, the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), National Hispanic Bar Association; she is recognized as one of the State Bar of New Mexico Most Distinguished Members (2006), Imagen Magazine's top 100 Latinas in New Mexico and is recognized by Who's Who in American Law. She is also a fluent Spanish speaker.
Mary Ann Romero reaches out to the community by providing vital information on current immigration law developments via presentations at the State Bar of New Mexico, University of New Mexico and other local educational and professional agencies. Mary Ann thrives on the challenges of immigration law and enjoys the complexity of handling a variety of legal issues. She is a creative advocate and values “taking on the system”. Her ultimate goal is obtaining opportunities for clients to make their dreams come true.
Mary Ann currently is a partner with Caterina S Kretz at the firm of
Kretz & Romero, P.C. which exclusively represents immigrant clients with their immigration issues.
Contact an Albuquerque immigration attorney at
Kretz & Romero, P.C. to get expert advice about your immigration situation.