Cambria and Kline, PC, has nearly 15 years of experience handling immigration cases, including family immigration matters, abuse petitions, requests for political asylum, removal defense, or other types of immigration cases. The firm's lawyers are happy to provide dedicated, honest and trustworthy legal advice regarding your immigration concerns.
We explain the law and handle process through immigration counseling at a reasonable cost which includes a free consultation to learn the specifics of your case and develop the best plan for you. We also work with our clients to put together payment plans that fit their budget.
In October 2015, Jacquelyn M. Kline and her partner, Bridget Cambria, received Pennsylvania Bar Association Pro Bono Awards for assisting in the representation of more than 200 families who have been subject to prolonged family detention in Pennsylvania. In 2016, they also received the Annual Pennsylvania Bar Association Immigration Law Pro Bono Award for their work with immigrant families.
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Bridget Cambria, Esq. is a Partner in the law offices of Cambria & Kline, P.C., specializing in immigration law. Known for providing attentive and dedicated advocacy for people dealing with immigration issues, Bridget has a proven ability to successfully represent individuals with family related immigration matters, removal defense, asylum related issues, claims under the VAWA, issues concerning immigration detention, applications for post conviction relief and other complex areas of immigration law.
Notably, Bridget was successful in setting an essential precedent in 2013. In the case of Matter of Zeleniak, 26 I&N Dec. 158 (BIA 2013), Bridget successfully argued that in the absence of DOMA, immigration law could not, and did not, prevent the legal right of same sex couples to petition for their spouses and to have same sex marriages legally recognized under Immigration laws.
She specializes in immigration law and has represented clients before Immigration Courts throughout the United States. Mrs. Kline and her firm have represented more than 300 families detained at the Berks County Residential Center (detention center), including those in short-term detention and those subject to prolonged detention exceeding one year. Cambria & Kline’s litigation efforts have resulted in grants of Asylum, Withholding of Removal and CAT protections in detention and upon release in the Immigration Court, the Board of Immigration Appeals and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit.