Attorney Cambria is an Associate at the Law Offices of Greg Prosmushkin, specializing in immigration law, providing attentive and dedicated advocacy for people dealing with immigration related matters. Attorney Cambria has a proven ability to successfully represent individuals with family related immigration matters, removal defense, asylum related issues, claims under the VAWA, issues concerning immigration detention and other complex areas if immigration law.
Ms. Cambria is a graduate of the Roger Williams School of Law in Bristol, Rhode Island receiving her Juris Doctorate in May, 2006. She also carries a Bachelors degree in Criminology and Sociology from Albright College, in Reading, Pennsylvania. Attorney Cambria was admitted to the Pennsylvania bar in May of 2007. She has since specialized in the area of Immigration Law.
From 2007 through 2011, Attorney Cambria worked exclusively on immigration matters in the Law Office of George A. Pliakas, Esq. in Providence, Rhode Island, a law firm with over 40 years of specialization and success dealing with immigration matters. There she gained trust within immigrant communities and became dedicated to the plight of people struggling to keep their family together or those who wish to live, work or study in the United States
Prior to entering law school, Ms. Cambria worked as a Shelter Care Counselor for the Berks Family Shelter for those families and children detained by Immigration. Through this employment Ms. Cambria was able to work first-hand with Immigration and Customs Enforcement providing daily care and attention to families and children who were apprehended by ICE. This experience offered her a unique perspective to those dealing with the immigration system and compassion for those families trapped in the difficult process of becoming legal residents and citizens of the United States.
Attorney Cambria has experience advocating for clients before many Immigration Courts throughout the United States including Philadelphia, Newark, Baltimore, New York, Hartford, and Boston. Additionally, she has successfully represented people before the Board of Immigration Appeals.