Meet the Team

Alfredo Torrez, Esq.

Attorney Alfredo Torrez is the Managing Partner at Torrez & Sanchez, PLLC. Alfredo has been practicing immigration law for more than a decade in the Washington D.C. Metropolitan Area. Alfredo’s passion and dedication in serving the immigrant community derives from his own family experience. Alfredo’s parents moved to Virginia from their native Bolivia in order to provide a better future for their family.

 

Alfredo specializes in complex immigration matters including investor visas and family reunification. Alfredo has helped startup companies transition their business from abroad to bring their investment into the United States or help these same companies bring skilled workers from abroad. Alfredo has helped families navigate the difficulties of the Consular Process to reunite with their loved ones from abroad or if already inside the United States seek Permanent Residency (Green Card). Alfredo has also appeared at several Immigration Courts throughout the United States providing legal representation in litigation matters such as Asylum and Cancellation of Removal.

 

Attorney Alfredo Torrez obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from George Mason University and a Juris Doctor degree from Florida Coastal School of Law. Prior to opening Torrez & Sanchez, PLLC. Alfredo worked for many years as a senior attorney at two immigration law firms in the Washington D.C. Metropolitan Area. Alfredo is currently an active member in good standing of the Missouri Bar.

Maria G. Sanchez, Esq.
Attorney Maria G. Sanchez was born in Mexico and immigrated to the United States when she was three years old after her parents immigrated themselves shortly before and relocated to the State of California. Being an immigrant herself and seeing firsthand the opportunity that this great country has offered her family has given Maria an insight to the value of immigrants to this country.
Maria has helped families navigate the difficulties of Consular Process to reunite with their loved ones from abroad or if already inside the United States seek Permanent Residency. Maria has also appeared at several Immigration Courts throughout the United States providing legal representation in litigation matters such as Asylum and Cancellation of Removal.
Maria graduated from Georgia State University in 2007 with Political Science and Sociology degrees. In 2011, Maria graduated from Florida Coastal School of Law with an International and Comparative Law concentration. Following the completion of her J.D., she sat for both the Florida and Georgia Bar examinations and successfully passed both in 2011 and 2012, respectively. She is currently licensed in Florida and has been sworn into the Georgia Supreme Court.
Jacob Roffe, Esq.

Attorney Jacob Roffe is a senior attorney at Torrez and Sanchez, PLLC. Originally a native of New Jersey Jacob joined our law firm after several years of working for a corporate law firm in Washington, D.C. A seasoned litigator Jacob represents foreign nationals at Immigration Courts throughout the United States who are facing removal proceedings. Jacob also has extensive experience in obtaining nonimmigrant visas for physicians and broadcasters and has helped both investors and skilled workers obtain permanent residency.

Jacob has appeared at Family Courts to obtain predicate orders for the purpose of benefiting minor children obtain Special Immigrant Juvenile Status. Jacob also has filed lawsuits against USCIS in order to preserve the constitutional rights of foreign nationals who experience significant delays in their applications.
Attorney Jacob Roffe obtained his Bachelor of Arts from Brandeis University in Massachusetts and his Juris Doctor from American University in Washington, D.C. Jacob is currently a member in good standing of the Virginia bar and the United States District Court for the District of Columbia.
Elizabeth Chan, Esq.
Attorney Elizabeth Chan a Northern Virginia local joined our law firm with over a decade of experience in litigation and administrative law having worked at a private law firm and at the United States Department of Agriculture in Washington, D.C.
Elizabeth represents humanitarian parolees and unaccompanied minors in Immigration Courts throughout the United States who are facing removal proceedings. She also represents foreign nationals who wish to obtain Permanent Residency or Citizenship with the Immigration Service.
Attorney Elizabeth Chan obtained her Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Virginia and her Juris Doctor from the University of Virginia School of Law. Elizabeth is currently a member in good standing of the Virginia and District of Columbia bars.