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Alexandra Williams

Senior Attorney

Alexandra Williams is a senior attorney who handles a wide range of immigration matters, including removal defense, appeals, and motions to reopen. She has experience in immigration courts across the country including Arlington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, Atlanta, San Antonio, El Paso, and Las Vegas. Alexandra has secured favorable outcomes in numerous immigration matters for clients seeking asylum, cancellation of removal, permanent residence, and reopening of prior removal orders. She also frequently takes pro bono work from the Capital Area Immigrant’s Right (CAIR) Coalition and the Southern Poverty Law Center Southeast Immigrant Freedom Initiative (SIFI), and Catholic Legal Immigration Network, Inc. (CLINIC).

She received a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology with honors from Wake Forest University and her juris doctor degree from American University Washington College of Law. Alexandra is half-Colombian, speaks Spanish and has a broad base of immigration experience working in various settings, including Catholic Charities DC, Ayuda, Mil Mujeres, the International Human Rights Law Clinic at American University, and Immigrants First PLLC.

Bar Admissions

  • Washington, D.C.
  • U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia
  • 4th Circuit, U.S. Court of Appeals

Memberships

  • American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA)
  • Federal Bar Association (FBA)
  • National Lawyer’s Guild (NLG)

Representative Matters

U.S. Circuit Court

  • Flores v. Garland, 3 F.4th 615 (4th Cir. 2021) - En banc decision finding that when considering the persecution and unable and unwilling prongs of the asylum analysis, the adjudicator must take into consideration the applicant's age at the time of the events if they were a minor and judge those standards from the perspective of child. A monumental decision that will directly affect and benefit many asylum seekers who suffered harm as a child.