Favio Alvarado


Educational Background
Law Degree
University of Loja (Ecuador), 2020

Fluent in:
English, Español

Tel: +1(844)SAM-VISA

At FARAGALLA LAW, we are thrilled to have Mr. Favio Alvarado on our team. As a licensed attorney in Ecuador with extensive experience in family-based immigration, Mr. Alvarado brings a unique and valuable perspective to our firm.

Mr. Alvarado is able to provide our clients with a different perspective of the complex legal issues involved in the immigration process. His experience in family-based immigration allows him to effectively assist our attorneys with a range of matters, from obtaining visas for client’s spouses and children to navigating the complex web of removal defense, asylum, and family reunification.

As a paralegal with FARAGALLA LAW, Mr. Alvarado will be assisting clients with all aspects of their immigration law needs. He is skilled in legal research, document preparation, and client communication, and is committed to providing exceptional service and support to every client.

In addition to his legal expertise, Mr. Alvarado is a compassionate and dedicated professional who truly cares about the well-being of our clients. He understands the stress and uncertainty that often accompany immigration matters, and he works tirelessly to ensure that each client receives the personalized attention and care they deserve.

How may an attorney help me?


In the United States a person may represent themselves before any court, this is called “pro se” representation. US immigration laws are extremely complex and constantly changing. Even the smallest inadvertent mistake on the application can delay an applicant for years or even result in the denial of their case. A competent attorney can help you determine whether you qualify for the program to which you are applying as well as assist in gathering and producing evidence to support your application. An attorney can also accompany you in your interview as well as prep you beforehand using mock interviews, so you know what to expect and are prepared. An attorney could also appeal any denial of an applicant to the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) and further to the Circuit court of Appeals all the way up to the Supreme Court.