Samuel McTyre was born and raised in Latin America. He was awarded a Bachelor’s in History by Fairfield University and a Juris Doctor by George Mason University.
He is a member of the District of Columbia Bar. He has practiced before several federal administrative agencies, all levels of the DC and federal courts, and the administrative tribunals of several international organizations.
McTyre has served as corporate and general counsel to numerous small businesses, associations, and non-profit organizations. His primary areas of expertise are in immigration-related litigation and advocacy for international civil servants.
Executive Assistant and Paralegal Ms. Orozco has joined the firm recently to assist in its reorganization and overhaul the the practice's administrative functions.
She is a native of Perú and received her formal training in business administration in Lima's ELA Institute. She has had a long and varied career with law firms in Washington, DC. She has served as executive assistant to former congressional leaders and government affairs lawyers engaged in administrative and litigation practices.
One of her areas of substantive expertise is in immigrant and non-immigrant consular matters and immigration services and benefits. Her extraordinary organizational skills and client relations are the firm's most valuable assets.
Research Assistant, born in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, was trained at the London School of Economics and has been a senior economist at the International Monetary Fund and the US Federal Reserve.
Currently, on sabbatical, Mr. Itlenachez has worked with numerous international agencies and NGOs. Most recently, he has assisted several Interpol investigations from Lyon, France.
He assists the Firm with all legal, economic, and social research aspects.