Support Staff

Yaidy Moreno

Lead Paralegal

Yaidy is the lead paralegal at Guzior Armbrecht Maher. She assists attorneys in the preparation and filing of high-quality family-based immigration applications and petitions, as well as removal defense and consular processing cases.

Prior to joining Guzior Armbrecht Maher, Yaidy taught Civil and Family Law at the University of Havana, Cuba.


English and Spanish


Yaidy has a Law Degree from the University of Havana Law School in Cuba (2005).

Shannon Nistler

Office Manager

ShannonShannon is our office manager, working out of our Minneapolis office.

Shannon has over 20 years of experience in business administration and management, having spent 17 years in a volunteer-management position, and the last five years in an executive role. Shannon believes it is very important to treat everyone with dignity and respect, and he goes out of his way to provide outstanding customer service and great employee relations.

Shannon dedicates time each week as a volunteer in the Spanish-speaking community. In his free time, he enjoys being with his wife, two daughters, other family members, and friends. His other interests include playing golf, fishing, and he is an avid fan of the Minnesota Vikings.


English and Spanish

Aleksandra Miller


AlekAlek is a paralegal working in our St. Paul office.

Alek’s experience as a paralegal spreads over the areas of immigration, probate, and family law. She has aided attorneys in researching, analyzing and drafting family and employment-based immigrant and non-immigrant petitions and applications, labor condition and PERM Applications, intestate and testate probate pleadings, wills, trusts, child custody and child-support petitions and motions.

When she’s not working, Alek spends her time reading, setting new goals, and learning as much as she can.


English and Spanish

Alek graduated from Rasmussen College from the A.A.S. Paralegal program in 2010. Currently, she is pursuing her B.S. degree in Business from the University of Minnesota, and expects to graduate in 2017.