Grossman Young & Hammond
Sandra Grossman is an experienced immigration litigator, having successfully represented individuals in diverse aspects of immigration law before the immigration courts, Board of Immigration Appeals, and the Federal District Courts. Ms. Grossman represents clients in the area of deportation defense, detention and bond issues, the immigration consequences of criminal convictions, requests under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), waivers of inadmissibility, asylum, and adjustment of status and naturalization applications, among other matters. Her experience also includes representation of clients in lawsuits to prompt Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) action on long-delayed applications, including for naturalization, adjustment of status, waiver, and replacement green card applications. She is an adjunct associate professor in immigration law at the Washington College of Law and a former Adjunct Professor at American University. Ms. Grossman publishes frequently on the topic of immigration law and is a member of the Editorial Board of Bender’s Immigration Bulletin. Ms. Grossman graduated from the Georgetown University Law Center (JD). She is a native Spanish and English speaker and is conversant in French.