Flor A. Cruz joined David M. Sperling in 2010 with nearly 8 years of experience with immigration issues. Before joining the firm, she worked as an Immigration Paralegal at a immigration law firm with large international corporate clients in the Information Technology (IT) industries. Since joining the firm, Ms. Cruz has continued to focus on immigration, with a particular emphasis in assisting attorney on family-based visas, citizenship, asylum, and deportation defense.
Ms. Cruz attended Gibbs College earning a Certification in IT in 2001. She began her career and passion for immigration issues working as a Staff Assistant at former Law of Office of Frank and York, PLLC in Newark, NJ. She is sensitive to the need of clients and consistently endeavors to provide the personalized attention that they deserve. A native of Dominican Republic, she has great spirit and sense of humor. She is bilingual in English/Spanish.
Arlene Gulino is from Peru and joined the Law Offices of David M. Sperling over a year ago. She graduated from the Paralegal Program of the Borough Manhattan Community College in New York. As a part of her experience, she has worked for different government institutions in Peru, for the Press Office of the National Building Company-ENACE, the Press Office and Communications of the Judicial Branch, the Mayor’s Office of the La Molina town and the Project of the Consortium of Municipalities of Lima. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Journalist from Jaime Bausate y Meza University and has studies in Master of Arts in Politic Science from Federico Villareal University, both Peruvian institutions. She won two scholarship, the first one from the Regent University of Virginia and the second one from the Institute for Economic and Social Development of the Inter-American Development Bank – BID in Washington D.C.