2300 Grand Ave, suite 201, Baldwin, NY 11510
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“Robert Martinez is very knowledgeable in his field, and the constant communication between his office and myself showed me that he really cares about his clients. He explained how the entire process for changing my mother's status worked, and upon hiring him, his staff was very good at updating us on the status of our application to ensure that we knew what was going on.
Working with him was very easy, and his prices are also very fair; I have gone back to him for consultations for other cases."
“Myself and my husband were confident from our first meeting with Mr. Martinez that he was the lawyer we wanted. His patience and clearly explaining anything in relation to our case was well received since this was a whole new territory for both myself and husband. Ever so often he would ask if we have any questions and sure enough I had numerous, however, he answered them all in a way that we both understood. I would surely be recommending him to family and friends."
Asilo, victimas de violencia domestica y crimen
Asylum, victims of domestic violence and other crimes
Defensa de la deportación, peticiones familiares
Deportation defense, family petitions
TPS, visas para niños refugiados, y mas
TPS, child visas, and more
Law Office of
Robert N. Martinez, PLLC
About Robert Martinez
Robert Martinez earned his bachelor's degree from Hofstra University, where he was an enthusiastic member of Hofstra's Organization of Latin Americans. Thereafter, he worked for the Central Islip School District and Child Protective Services of Suffolk County. In the evenings, he taught an English as a Second Language program for the adult immigrant community. Ultimately, he chose to pursue a career in law, and attended Touro College, Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center.
While at Touro, Mr. Martinez served as as President of the Latin American Law Student Organization, and was twice granted a fellowship; first for the Puerto Rican Legal Defense and Education Fund, then again for the New York City Civil Enforcement Unit.
For many years, Mr. Martinez has been a zealous advocate for immigrant rights, education, and encouraging greater political influence and unity for the Latino community. Whenever possible, he volunteers his time to give educational seminars for the immigrant communities throughout the New York Metro region and Long Island.