Susan B. Henner
Henner Law Group, P.C.
200 Mamoroneck Ave, Suite 401, White Plains, NY 10601.
Ms. Susan Henner practices exclusively within the field of immigration law. She is experienced in handling all types of immigration cases from business-related immigration matters and visa petitions to deportation cases. She has secured temporary visas, permanent residence and citizenship for thousands of clients and employees. Current and past clients include: Fortune 500 companies, large accounting firms, major advertising agencies, start-up companies and individual persons in search of professional and efficient immigration legal services. Ms. Henner has also saved hundreds of clients from deportation. She is experienced in handling family-based immigration cases as well as criminal immigration matters. She works frequently within immigration law to assist employers and agents to obtain Artist, Athletic and Entertainment Visas for their clients, to help Special Immigrant Juveniles, to represent persons seeking Asylum and Cancellation of Removal, and those facing criminal immigration issues.
Susan is a former Chair of The Westchester County Bar Association’s Committee on Immigration and Nationality Law (2010-2019). She also served as an Adjunct Professor at New York Law School in the Safe Passage Program, which is responsible for securing legal representation for unaccompanied minors. She was a founding Board Member and served as the Vice President of the non-profit Safe Passage Project Corporation. Other memberships include the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), the Westchester County Bar Association and The Business Council of Westchester. In 2004, she was awarded the Business Counsel of Westchester’s “Rising Stars: Forty Under Forty” Award for outstanding professionals under the age of 40 in the Westchester County area. She was awarded a New York City Mayoral Service Award in April 2017 for her work in the field of Immigration Law. Susan has also received national recognition by various legal groups to include: AVVO (Excellent Rated Attorney); Covington Who’s Who; and The Heritage Who’s Who. In November 2011, she was listed in Arrive Magazine as one of the “Top Northeast Attorneys: Best and the Brightest.” Susan is also a member of The Global Directory of Who’s Who (Top Lawyers).
Ms. Henner is admitted to practice in New York. She received her B.A. from State University of New York at Albany (1991) and her J.D. from New York Law School (1994).
Katherine L. Doscher: Of Counsel
Ms. Doscher is an attorney admitted to practice in the State of New York in April, 2010. She earned her JD from Touro Law School (2009), and she possesses two separate Bachelor’s Degrees from Columbia University (2006) and the Jewish Theological Seminary (2006). During law school, Ms. Doscher was awarded the CALI Award for achieving the highest grade in Health Care Law.
Ms. Doscher’s previous legal experience includes a Judicial Clerkship with the U.S. District Court, Eastern District of New York, a Clerkship at a prestigious immigration law firm, and internships at AIG and the King’s County District Attorney’s Office in Brooklyn.
Katherine is a member of the American Immigration Lawyer’s Association and the American Bar Association. She performed pro bono work for the American Joint Distribution Committee Legal Department and she has been assisting the Safe Passage Project at New York Law School with the representation of minors since September 2012 on a pro bono basis. She speaks proficient Hebrew.
Ms. Doscher has been an Associate of the firm since 2010, and she is well-versed in many areas of immigration law to include family-based petitions, VAWA, SIJ, Adjustment of Status, Naturalization, Bond Hearings and Removal (Asylum and Cancellation).
Dominique M. Antoine, Esq.:
Dominique Antoine is a bilingual Associate Attorney with the Henner Law Group, P.C. specializing in family immigration and removal defense work. She has vast experience handling Asylum cases, SIJ cases, Withholding of Removal/Convention against Torture, Cancellation of Removal, Bond Hearings, as well as preparing and filing family & spousal petitions, green card applications, citizen applications, and waivers. She has practiced before the Immigration Courts in New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut, including detained matters. As the daughter and granddaughter of immigrants, Ms. Antoine approaches all her immigration cases with compassion, individualized care, knowledge, experience, and attention to detail.
Ms. Antoine received her Juris Doctor, cum laude from Pace University School of Law and her Master of Business Administration from Pace University Lubin School of Business. As a law & business student, Ms. Antoine was elected as the Note & Comment Editor for the Pace International Law Review, received her International Law Certificate, served as the Secretary for the Latin American Law Student Association (LALSA), and served as the Editor for her Economics Professor/Chair of the Economics Department. She participated in the Externship Abroad program during law school where she was afforded the opportunity to work in a prestigious law firm, “Clayton Utz” in Sydney, Australia – focusing on international arbitration and take a comparative law class in Hong Kong. Ms. Antoine is licensed to practice law in New York and New Jersey.
Monica Ramirez-Maciog: Paralegal
Monica joined the Henner Law Group in March of 2019 as an immigration paralegal. She is a licensed Connecticut Notary Public, and lives in Fairfield County, Connecticut with her husband, three children and two dogs. She is fluent in English and Spanish, and maintains conversational level skills in Hebrew, Italian and Latin.
A Colombian-born Israeli, Monica served for the Israeli Defense Forces, as well as the Colombian military, with distinction, as a combat instructor and interpreter in Planning and Operations.
After completing her military service, Monica attended Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri, double-majoring in Political Science and International Relations, and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in May of 2003.
Monica has lived in Connecticut since 2003, working as a paralegal in the areas of immigration, litigation and real estate. She has worked in the area of immigration law for over ten years. In her spare time, she enjoys camping, hiking, rock climbing, reading and cooking with her family, and volunteers spare time with various community outreach and immigrants’ rights groups and organizations.