Isabel Wojtowicz

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Isabel represents clients in a wide range of immigration matters, including naturalization and adjustment of status applicants with complex immigration and criminal histories. She also represents clients in state family court for custody hearings to obtain Special Immigrant Juvenile Status. Proficient in removal defense work, Isabel has helped clients win a variety of complex immigration court cases, including cancellation of removal and the adjudication of hardship waivers and 245(i) adjustment of status cases. Isabel zealously advocates for clients in a variety of humanitarian cases, including affirmative and defensive asylum cases, Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) self-petitions, and U visa applications. 

In addition to family and removal work, Isabel works with clients to attain employment-based self-petitions, including EB-1 extraordinary ability applications and EB-2 national interest waivers. A skilled legal writer, Isabel has filed successful complaints for clients in federal and appellate courts regarding their immigration matters.

Isabel Wojtowicz has been working in immigration law in various capacities since 2014. Prior to joining Hayes Novick Kohn Immigration, she worked at a law firm in Bethesda, Maryland, where she represented clients in federal litigation and immigration matters. 

Isabel is fluent in French and Spanish. As the daughter of Mexican and Polish immigrants herself, she holds a life-long interest in connecting with clients from various backgrounds and helping them achieve successful legal results.

 

 Bar Admissions

  • Maryland
  • District of Columbia
  • U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia
  • U.S. District for the District of Maryland

Education

  • 2020 – The George Washington University Law School, J.D
  • 2018 – GW – Oxford International Human Rights Law Summer School
  • 2013 – The Autonomous University of Barcelona, Masters in Migration Studies 
  • 2010 – Princeton University, A.B, French & Italian (magna cum laude)

Languages

  • Spanish
  • French

Professional Organizations

  • American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA)

Pro Bono:

  • DC Pro Bono Center’s Immigrant Legal Clinic