Ms. Veronica Frösén primarily focusing on EB-5, criminal defense, business law, real estate and intellectual property law. She has experience in immigration matters, estate planning and landlord/tenant disputes as well as family court matters. Her love for the courtroom and
savvy advocacy provide each and one of her clients with aggressive and dedicated legal representation.
Since her admission to practice as an attorney, Veronica has gained extensive experience in family law, immigration law and civil litigation while working for a boutique law firm in Queens and a prominent immigration law firm in Manhattan. She has worked extensively in the representation and litigation of refugees and asylees in Immigration Court across the
country. Furthermore, she has successfully handled BIA appeals and federal immigration litigation cases.
As a law graduate, she was awarded a fellowship position with the Justice Action Center of New York Law School. As a graduate fellow, she worked in real estate litigation and employment discrimination.
While in law school, Veronica gained experience as a Legal Advocacy Fellow for a nonprofit organization to advocate for domestic violence victims. She successfully obtained VAWA and U-Visa status for a number of clients as well as advocating for their housing, criminal, and social security matters. Veronica followed this fellowship post with a prestigious internship at the King’s County District Attorney’s Office in 2009 where she observed criminal court daily and conducted research for a number of Assistant District Attorneys.
Veronica was awarded her Juris Doctorate degree with honors in June 2009 from New York Law School. She earned Bachelor of Arts degree with honors in from the University of California at Davis in 2005.