With the travel ban of the 45th President of the United States being couched in terms of “national security” rather than a religious exclusion as it was originally drafted, in a 5-4 decision by the Supreme Court, the travel ban was now upheld. See the full text of the decisions and the dissensions here.
Raluca was born in Romania and immigrated to the United States in her 20s with her husband and two suitcases. She obtained her undergraduate degree in Romania and a JD at the University of Georgia. Her law practice focuses on Immigration, Estate Planning, and Business Law. Raluca brings a unique perspective and empathy when working with her clients due to her own path toward obtaining her United States citizenship. She enjoys spending time with her husband and three children when not working.
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