Cristina Carreno

Top rated immigration attorney in Scotch Plains, New Jersey

Bramnick Rodriguez Grabas Arnold & Mangan, LLC
Cristina Carreno
Bramnick Rodriguez Grabas Arnold & Mangan, LLC

Practice Areas: Immigration, Criminal defense view more

Licensed in New Jersey since: 2017

Education: New York Law School

Languages Spoken: English, Spanish

Selected to Rising Stars: 2021 - 2023
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Bramnick Rodriguez Grabas Arnold & Mangan, LLC

1827 East 2nd Street
Scotch Plains, NJ 07076

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Cristina Carreno is an attorney who represents clients in the Scotch Plains, New Jersey area. Cristina Carreno is recognized by peers and was selected to Rising Stars for 2021 - 2023. This selection is based off of an evaluation of 12 indicators including peer recognition and professional achievement in legal practice.

Cristina Carreno chose to pursue a career in law after completing undergraduate studies. She attended New York Law School and graduated in 2016. Cristina Carreno passed the bar exam and was admitted to legal practice in 2017.

She represents clients with Immigration: Consumer issues in New Jersey. She also represents clients with Criminal Defense, Immigration: Business and Personal Injury - General: Plaintiff issues.

Being selected to Rising Stars is limited to a small number of attorneys in each state. As one of the few attorneys to garner the distinction of Rising Stars, Cristina Carreno has earned the respect of peers as one of the top-rated attorneys in the nation.

Practice areas

Immigration: consumer, Criminal defense, Immigration: business, Personal injury - general: plaintiff

Office location for Cristina Carreno

1827 East 2nd Street
Scotch Plains, NJ 07076

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