Attorney Samara Corbin

Attorney Samara Corbin

A native of Manassas, Virginia, Samara Corbin grew up around immigrant families, leading to a passion for advocating for immigrants. As an attorney, Ms. Corbin has represented immigrant clients in matters including asylum, VAWA, T-visas, U-visas, unlawful presence waivers, naturalization, and more. In addition to providing legal representation to immigrants, Ms. Corbin has also advocated for the legal rights of immigrants through her literary and academic compositions. In 2009, Ms. Corbin published her first book in which she detailed the experience of a young British woman in 19th-century England as a comparison of foreign society to that of the United States.

Subsequently, she wrote novels about the mental, physical, spiritual, and legal struggles of an immigrant victim of human trafficking. Ms. Corbin has defended victims of human trafficking in criminal cases. Further, Ms. Corbin has represented immigrants in other legal matters such as estate planning, child custody, divorce, and as a Guardian ad Litem, representing the best interests of immigrant children in state court.

Ms. Corbin graduated summa cum laude from the University of Virginia in 2014 with a Bachelor of Arts in Foreign Affairs & English. Subsequently, she attended William & Mary Law School where she continued her advocacy for the rights of immigrants by composing a Student Note in which she argued for the constitutional rights of immigrant child victims of human trafficking detained in detention centers. As a law student, she also volunteered in local elementary schools to tutor immigrant children in their studies. Ms. Corbin graduated from William & Mary Law school in 2017 and is licensed in Virginia.

Ms. Corbin is fluent in English and Spanish and is conversational in French.

If you have a legal matter that you would like to discuss with Attorney Samara Corbin or another lawyer of the firm, contact Sanabria & Associates 24/7 via phone in Maryland at (301) 585-8400, D.C. at (202) 891-7074, Virginia at (571) 552-4386, or Florida at (305) 922-9995, or, via email for a free consultation or to schedule an office visit.