The Law Office of Helen S. Bennett specializes in Immigration Law and is based in Boca Raton, Florida. Since its grand opening in 2007, the law office has devoted its resources to serving immigrants from all over the world in all facets of their immigration needs.
The law office represents clients seeking employment based visas and those applying for U.S. Citizenship (Naturalization); as well as filing family petitions on behalf of their loved ones. The law office also represents clients in removal proceedings and has sought effective relief in the form of 212(h) and other specialized Waivers; Cancellation of Removal; Asylum and Withholding of Removal; Termination of Removal Proceedings; Violence against Women Act (VAWA) and Adjustment of Status to Permanent Resident of the United States.
Attorney Helen S. Bennett graduated from St. Thomas University School of Law in Miami, Florida. During her final semester of law school, she was honored to travel to New York and represent her law school at the United Nations, where she attended meetings and published articles on international issues and human rights. She was the Executive Editor of the Law Review and an active member of Moot Court. Attorney Helen S. Bennett has also been published in the Quinnipiac Law Review, the Florida Bar Journal and was featured in The Lawyer, a St. Thomas University School of Law magazine.
An immigrant herself, attorney Helen S. Bennett has a special passion for those seeking to make the U.S. their temporary or permanent home. This firm allows attorney Helen S. Bennett to provide individualized and specialized attention to each client and each matter because she believes each case is very important. She along with any of her associates are eager to serve their clients’ needs from the beginning to the resolution of every matter.
“[Mr. Bennett's] performance in this case was exemplary and in the highest traditions of the bar and was at a level of written and oral advocacy far exceeding his years in practice.”
In re Casavalencia, 389 B.R. 292, 297 (Bankr. S.D. Fla. 2008)
The Honorable Judge John K. Olsen