Audi Flemmings, PA prides itself on developing real connections with clients. We put complex legal issues into language that you can easily understand. We work hard to help our clients in every situation. We treat clients with respect and spend time to make sure that they fully understand the process they are going through.
When you need counsel on a major, life-impacting decision, you deserve an attorney who will listen to you, thoroughly examine the facts, and provide the best possible solution for you and your future.
IMMIGRATION LAW SERVICES
- Citizenship & Naturalization
- Visas & Green Cards
- Deportation Defense
- Asylum Family-Based Immigration
Audi Flemmings is the Owner and Managing Attorney of Audi Flemmings, P.A.
She earned her law degree from St. Thomas University School of Law, Miami Florida, and is a member of the Florida Bar.
Ms. Flemmings' experience with the U.S. Immigration system began with her own Immigration journey from a Family Based Green Card to becoming a Naturalized Citizen. She was born in St. Thomas, Jamaica, and then migrated to the United States. She understands personally the plight of immigrants in America because she herself navigated the U.S. Immigration System from Green Card to Citizenship. This personal connection to the Immigration system drives her passion to provide excellent service to her clients and to zealously advocate for their right to The American Dream.
Ms. Flemmings grew up in Brooklyn, New York. She earned her High School Diploma from Clara Barton High School, in Brooklyn, and her bachelor's degree from the State University of New York at Buffalo. She then embarked on a career in Social Services, working with at-risk youths and families in New York City. She then moved to Florida where she worked with Children in Foster Care while attending Law School.
In March 2016, Ms. Flemmings formed the Law Office of Audi Flemmings, P.A., aimed at servicing Immigration Clients Nationwide. She represents clients before United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), Executive Office of Immigration Review (EOIR), Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) and Immigrations and Customs Enforcement