Attorney Alejandro Fernandez is a sole practitioner at Fernandez Law Office in Los Angeles, California.

In 1999, Mr. Fernandez obtained a law degree from the Havana University Law School in Havana, Cuba and admitted to practice in the Caribbean Island.

In 2003, he immigrated to the United States residing in Los Angeles, California. He worked as a legal assistant in several law firms until, in 2011 he was admitted to the State Bar of California. Since his admission, Mr. Fernandez’s practice has focused mainly on the immigration law.

Mr. Fernandez feels it is an honor and a privilege assisting immigrants who, as himself, came to this great country filled with hope for the future. Mr. Fernandez  believes that most immigrants are hardworking, non-conformists, and dreamers. He finds it very rewarding to assist them in establishing the legal foundations that allow them to pursue their dreams.

Mr. Fernandez recognizes the paramount importance that immigration cases have for his clients and their relatives. Very often a deportation from the United States or a denial of admittance into the country destroys a lifetime of hopes and aspirations, and operates no only against the individual, but bears heavily upon his/her family within or outside of the United States. For this reason, Mr. Fernandez addresses his cases with an integral approach, as his performance will have a strong impact on the future of his client’s family.

Mr. Fernandez is skilled in multiple areas of immigration law. For example, protection to refugees and asylees, defenses against removal, procedures inside and outside the United States to obtain legal permanent residence for family members or employees, non-immigrant visas, naturalization, and citizenship.

Mr. Fernandez is a member of the Los Angeles Bar Association, the American Immigration Lawyers Association, and the Cuban-American Bar Association.

Mr. Fernandez is also proficient in Spanish and Italian.

In his spare time Mr. Fernandez enjoys spending time with his family and friends. He has completed multiple Los Angeles marathons and enjoys cooking, reading, and chess He is an avid baseball fan, ardently loyal to his beloved L.A. Dodgers. He also likes to carry out home improvement projects, although sometimes it may take him a long time to finish them.