Company History

Lisette Lavergne Law, PC’s clients include investors, models, designers, composers, scientists, students, entertainers, athletes, filmmakers, music producers, national and international businesses as well as families, asylum seekers, and members of the global community seeking immigration services.

  • 2018

    Senior Advisor of Women’s Interest Network

    Section of International Law of the American Bar Association

  • 2018

    Panelist AILA Midwest Regional Conference

    Advanced Topics in Family-Based Immigration

  • 2017

    Panelist American Bar Association

    “Beyond Rhetoric: The Role & Rights of Refugees in an Innovated Global Economy,”American Bar Association, Section of International Law (ABA-SIL)

  • 2017

    Program Chair and concept creator ABA-SIL

    Program Chair and concept creator, Muslim Ban Panel, (ABA-SIL)

  • 2016

    Program Chair and concept creator ABA-SIL

    Program Chair and concept creator, Part II: "International Human Trafficking: Legislative Efforts, Recent Developments, and Challenges of Combating Sexual Exploitation and Violence Against Women," (ABA-SIL).

  • 2016

    Concept Co-creator International Women’s Day

    Concept Co-creator and liaison of parallel events around the globe commemorating International Women’s Day. (ABA-SIL).

  • 2015

    Panel Speaker ABA-SIL

    Speaker on the panel “No Woman, No Peace! The Role of Gender In Global Peace & Security,” Section of International Law of the American Bar Association (ABA-SIL).

  • 2015

    Co-Chair of Women’s Interest Network

    Re-appointed Co-Chair of Women’s Interest Network and Vice Chair of the Immigration and Naturalization

  • 2014

    Advisor, American Express Open for Women

    Advisor, American Express Open for Women: CEO Boot Camp

  • 2014

    International Law of the American Bar Association

    Program Chair, concept creator, and speaker on the Section of International Law of the American Bar Association (ABA-SIL) panel "International Human Trafficking: Legislative Efforts, Recent Developments, and Challenges of Combating Sexual Exploitation and Violence Against Women."

  • 2014

    Doma Decision Impacts

    Concept co-creator and co-organizer of "How the DOMA Decision Impacts Immigration Cases and the Global Business Landscape" addressing the implications of this decision on the LGBT community.

  • 2013

    Article published in the ABA-SIL’s International Law News

    "The Diverse U.S. Workforce: Global Opportunities, Challenges, and Solutions."

  • 2012

    Concept creator, organizer, and panel speaker

    "Right Before Our Eyes: Occupational Segregation and Inequities Faced by Afro-Latinos in the Workplace." Section of International Law of the American Bar Association (ABA-SIL)

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Company Awards

2015 – 2016 “Best Use of Social Media” Award given to American Bar Association Section of International Law’s Women’s Interest Network (WIN) during my tenure as Co-Chair of WIN and one of the principal leaders.

2013- 2014 “Most Improved Committee” Award given to American Bar Association Section of International Law’s Women’s Interest Network (WIN) during my tenure as Co-Chair of WIN and one of the principal leaders.

Due to the efforts of my attorney, Lisette Lavergne and her wonderful team, I was able to obtain my visa and eventually my green card. The immigration process in the United States is very complicated. Therefore, it is important to choose your attorney wisely. I have been a client since 2012, I retained the services of Lisette Lavergne, Esq. from Salmen Navarro & Lavergne, PC to begin the application process for my O visa.

Horacio Ontiveros
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