Last week, we worked to secure the release of a Cuban National from ICE custody. Mr. Cabrera’s release comes after extensive negotiations with Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and the preparation to file a habeas corpus petition in federal court. The Immigration Group of Murtha Cullina collaborated with the American Civil Liberties Union (“ACLU”) Immigrant Protection Project (“IPP”) in helping Mr. Cabrera. Click here to read an article by the Hartford Courant about Mr. Cabrera’s release.

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Dana R. Bucin is the Chair of the Murtha Cullina Immigration Practice. She represents businesses and individual clients with a wide range of immigration matters, including green card applications, work visas, student visas, foreign investor visas, asylum, naturalization, religious work visas, as well as various other employment and family-based immigration matters. As an immigration attorney with a business/corporate legal background, Dana’s experience includes counseling foreign investors and entrepreneurs on setting up businesses in the U.S. or investing in existing U.S. ventures and obtaining a visa or green card based on such investment or entrepreneurship pursuant to the E-2, L-1 “new office”, H-1B “entrepreneur” and EB-5 visa options.

Dana regularly provides multi-lingual legal representation in English, Spanish, French, and Romanian.  She also has a basic knowledge of Italian, German, Hungarian and Latin. In 2016, the Connecticut Immigrant and Refugee Coalition recognized Dana as an Annual Immigrant Day Honoree, and SuperLawyers listed her as a top rated attorney for Immigration Law.