Alice Tadros has been a practicing attorney since 2008. Her practice focuses on civil litigation, contract drafting and dispute resolution, landlord tenant law, uncontested divorces and immigration law. Ms. Tadros is experienced in handling both Plaintiff and defense cases; she can also assist in mediating your dispute if you wish to avoid the hardship that litigation can bring.
Ms. Tadros is a strong advocate for immigrant rights and provides a variety of pro bono service for qualifying immigrants. Ms. Tadros’ immigration law practice is focused on family based visas, professional and corporate related immigration needs. Ms. Tadros has experience in and successfully represented clients in obtaining L-1 visas for intra-company transfers, H-1B visas for persons in specialty occupations, a variety of family based visas, and other visas such as the T-1 visas.
Ms. Tadros is a graduate of San Diego State University, where she earned a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science, and the Thomas Jefferson School of Law, where she earned her Juris Doctorate. Ms. Tadros also had the opportunity to study International and Comparative Law in both Italy and France. She has volunteered abroad to help the underprivileged in both Mexico and her native Egypt, and also has volunteered with political campaigns in Orange and San Diego Counties.