attorney / human rights advocate
- 2012 – Masters of Law – American University College of Law
- 2011 – Juris Doctorate – Mercer University School of Law
- 2007 – Bachelor of Arts – Hampton University
- New York State Bar Association ~ Member
- American Bar Association ~ Member
connect / community service
Tel: (877) LAW-WAY1 (529-9291)
- Free Youth International (FYI) ~ Founder
- UNICEF USA ~ Advocacy Volunteer
- South Florida Youth Summit ~ Planning Committee
- Blue Jeans & Blazers Networking Fundraiser ~ Coordinator
HUMAN RIGTHS ATTORNEY
Christi Leveille is an International Human Rights attorney committed to youth – centered advocacy, education, empowerment and service. After receiving her Juris Doctorate Degree from Mercer University School of Law, she went on to receive an LL.M. from American University Washington College of Law in Washington D.C. At the Law Office of Keven Leveille, Christi focuses on Immigration Law.
LEVEILLE LAW BLOG
Christi has a passion for human rights. She contributes to the Leveille Law Blog focusing on new developments in immigration law, navigating through the immigration process, and the intersection of immigration and human rights law. The LeveilleLaw Blog is intended to serve as a vehicle for informing, explaining and clarifying the seemingly vague and the nuanced, the sound and the obsolete, the just and the injustice of law.
It is often said that distance and time can never break the bond of family. When those branches extend beyond waters and geographic territories, the family-based petition for permanent residency can serve as a pathway for family reunification.
Documents play essential roles in creating and sustaining a business: its nature and identity, its culture and trajectory, its purpose and protections. For business owners, including our young (bubbling with palpable ingenuity) entrepreneurs, a Last Will and Testament (or Living Will) should not be overlooked.
The impact of a criminal record and/or conviction on an individual’s eligibility to obtain a visa or green card is one of the more complex areas of immigration law.