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Marta Delgado

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Marta Delgado co-founded Delgado Rompf Bruen LLC. Ms. Delgado has been an attorney for over 20 years and has concentrated her practice in the area of immigration and nationality law for the majority of her career. She has been recognized as a Leading Lawyer by Leading Lawyers, a distinction held by only 5% of Illinois attorneys.

Ms. Delgado represents clients in all types of family-based immigration matters, removal proceedings, naturalization, and appeals. She routinely represents clients before the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, the Executive Office for Immigration Review, the U.S. Department of State, and numerous U.S. consular posts worldwide.

Prior to co-founding Delgado Rompf Bruen LLC, Ms. Delgado spent over 17 years in private practice with Chicago immigration law practices. She also has substantial experience working in not-for-profit agencies, as a former staff attorney for the Mexican American Defense and Educational Fund (MALDEF) and as an attorney for the Midwest Immigrant Rights Center (MIRC, now known as the National Immigrant Justice Center) where she concentrated her practice on citizenship and naturalization issues and providing comprehensive trainings to various community based organizations throughout the Chicago-land area.

Ms. Delgado currently serves on the Board of Trustees of the Catherine Cook School and is a member of the Mujeres Latinas En Accion Board of Directors. She has been appointed to serve as a Member of the International and Immigration Law Section Council of the Illinois State Bar Association and has served as chair or co-chair of several liaison committees for the Chicago Chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Association.

Ms. Delgado received her B.A. from Northwestern University and her law degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She is admitted to practice law in Illinois and Wisconsin.

Ms. Delgado's email is mdelgado@drbimmigration.com.

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Elizabeth Rompf Bruen

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Elizabeth Rompf Bruen co-founded Delgado Rompf Bruen LLC. She has concentrated her practice in the area of immigration and nationality law since 2004. She has been recognized as a Super Lawyer and Rising Star by Illinois Super Lawyers and a Leading Lawyer by Leading Lawyers, a distinction held by only 5% of Illinois attorneys.  She is the current Secretary of the Executive Board for the American Immigration Lawyers Association Chicago Chapter, and she frequently speaks on immigration issues.

Ms. Rompf Bruen represents clients in all areas of immigration law including employment-based immigration, employer immigration compliance, family-based immigration, removal proceedings, naturalization, and appeals. She represents clients before the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, the U.S. Department of Labor, the U.S. Department of Justice, and the U.S. Department of State.

Prior to co-founding Delgado Rompf Bruen LLC, Ms. Rompf Bruen spent 10 years in private practice with a Chicago immigration law practice.  She was also a staff attorney and clinical instructor for the DePaul College of Law Asylum and Immigration Law Clinic, a judicial law clerk at the Executive Office of Immigration Review, and a case manager/legal coordinator for the Marjorie Kovler Center for the Treatment of Survivors and Torture.

She is the current President of the Executive Board for the Immigration Project in Bloomington, Illinois. She has served as chair of the Immigration & Nationality Law Committee of the Chicago Bar Association and the USCIS Chicago Field Office, USCIS Asylum Office, Executive Office of Immigration Review, and ICE Office of Chief Counsel Liaison Committees for the American Immigration Lawyers Association's Chicago Chapter.

Ms. Rompf Bruen graduated cum laude from DePaul College of Law and the University of Notre Dame du Lac. She is admitted to practice law in Illinois.

Ms. Rompf Bruen's email is erompfbruen@drbimmigration.com.

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