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Carmen M. Rey

Sanctuary for Families
Deputy Director, Immigration Intervention Project
New York, NY, USA


Carmen Maria Rey is Deputy Director of the Immigration Intervention Project at Sanctuary for Families.  In that role, she represents foreign-born victims of domestic violence, trafficking and gender violence in immigration matters, and helps to lead advocacy efforts to address the concerns of immigrant survivors of these forms of violence. Her previous experience includes serving as Senior Immigration Attorney at Her Justice (formerly inMotion), teaching immigration law in the Continuing Education program at Queens College, and serving as a long-term volunteer at the Immigrant Defense Project. Carmen, a former Equal Justice Works Fellow, has published articles in the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) Practitioner Toolbox and routinely trains on immigration-related issues.  Ms. Rey is a graduate of New York University and Brooklyn Law School.
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