About Tammy Fox-Isicoff
Tammy Fox-Isicoff is an EB-5 immigration attorney and a co-founder of Rifkin & Fox-Isicoff, P.A., an immigration law firm with offices in Orlando and Miami, Fla. and Lima, Peru. Attorney Fox-Isicoff and her associates provide legal assistance and representation to individuals, families, companies, and professionals who have U.S. immigration law issues.
Rifkin & Fox-Isicoff, P.A. was founded by attorney Fox-Isicoff and Larry S. Rifkin in Miami, in 1985. The goal of the firm is to help immigrants work, live, and do business in the United States. The firm focuses their legal services on removal and deportation, naturalization petitions, family-based immigration petitions, petitions for company heads, extraordinary individual petitions, labor certifications, employment-based immigrant visas, and employment-based nonimmigrant visas. Its associates are certified board specialists in the areas of U.S. immigration and nationality law. The firm is known for its quality legal services and high success rate, not only in the United States, but in other countries as well. Their clientele includes individuals, families, employers, professionals, skilled workers, and small and large businesses.
Attorney Fox-Isicoff is an expert in U.S. immigration and nationality law and considered one of the best immigration attorneys in Miami. She is consistently listed as one of the top immigration lawyers by The Best Lawyers in America, South Florida’s Top Lawyer, Chambers Global, International Who’s Who of Corporate Lawyers, and SuperLawyers. SuperLawyers listed Attorney Fox-Isicoff as one of the 50 best attorneys in Florida. Attorney Fox-Isicoff also holds an AV rating from Martindale-Hubbell.
Prior to co-founding Rifkin & Fox-Isicoff, P.A., attorney Fox-Isicoff gained vast experience in handling U.S. immigration and nationality law cases. She was a trial attorney and represented clients before the U.S. Department of Justice; worked as a special assistant attorney for immigration in the Southern District of California; and had several years of experience in private practice. She also used to serve and work for the Florida Bar’s Certification Committee for Immigration and Nationality Law.
Aside from providing legal assistance to immigrants, attorney Fox-Isicoff spends time writing articles and documents on U.S. immigration; giving seminars, talks and forums to educate people about immigration law; and serves as an immigration law consultant for The Morning Show and The Today Show.
Attorney Fox-Isicoff completed her Juris Doctor degree at University of Miami School of Law and graduated cum laude. She became active in various professional organizations, including the American Immigration Lawyers Association Florida Chapter (past president and board of governors), Florida Bar’s Certification Committee in Immigration and Nationality Law, the American Bar Association Immigration/Labor Committee, and Catholic Charities Legal Services (board of directors). She is certified by the Florida Bar.
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