Pamela Denzer is part of the legal team at Immigration Equality.
She represents LGBTQ and HIV-positive asylum seekers at asylum hearings and in Immigration Court and assists asylees with adjustment of status applications and HIV waivers. She also helps binational couples and transgender clients navigate US immigration laws that discriminate against LGBTQ and HIV-positive immigrants and their families. Ms. Denzer did course work at Fordham University Law School and was a Stein Scholar for Public Interest Law. Before joining Immigration Equality, Ms. Denzer worked as a BIA Accredited Representative at HIV Law Project representing HIV positive asylum seekers, handling adjustment of status cases involving HIV waiver issues, and providing technical assistance to attorneys and BIA Accredited representatives on HIV waiver issues.