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Privacy And Digital Security Disclosure 

In the course of providing Legal Services, Attorney may receive nonpublic personal information about Client. Attorney will hold such information in strict confidence and such information will not be intentionally disseminated to any person or entity outside L&A Legal Group, P.A. d/b/a La Rosa Law, P.A., without Client’s consent, unless such disclosure is warranted to justifiably advance Client’s legal interests or is required, despite attorney-client privilege, under applicable law, or in the event of unexpected or unpreventable dissemination of private Client documents as the result of a data breach. Attorney may store some or all of Client’s files on a variety of digital platforms, including third-party cloud-based servers (which include, but are not limited to, Box.com, ClioGrow, LawMatics, ClioManage, Zoom, Otter.ai, Microsoft Office Suite, etc.).

Client is also put on notice that appointment (including, but not limited to, phone calls, digital conference calls, or in-person meetings) with Attorney may, at times, be recorded or transcribed, which includes but is not limited to recording features in conferencing software (e.g., Zoom). Although Attorney makes a good faith effort to ensure hardware, servers, recordings, transcriptions, notes, and software are secure, there is still a risk that Client’s confidential or privileged information may be disclosed through an unanticipated data breach. By signing this Agreement, Client consents to Attorney’s use of such software, storage services, that meetings may be recorded, and consents to any associated risks.

American Immigration Attorneys is dedicated to protecting your privacy and understands that any personal information received is sensitive to your online security. This privacy policy applies solely to the American Immigration Attorneys website and is intended to protect your data and information while using any of our online services. 

Personal information asked of you on the American Immigration Attorneys website may include your name, email, phone number and address, all of which is voluntary. You are not required to give any personal information to interact with our website. 

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