US Immigration Lawyer Suzanne E. Vazquez has been practicing U.S. Immigration law exclusively for almost 20 years. Suzanne is board certified by the Florida Bar in the area of Immigration and Nationality Law. She is one of only a handful of board certified Immigration lawyers in Central Florida. Subsequent to her designation as an expert in Immigration law by the Florida Bar, Suzanne Vazquez was invited to serve on the Board Certification Committee for the Florida Bar from 2005 to 2008.
Suzanne Vazquez has successfully represented many U.S. employers, foreign national investors, families, and foreign -based businesses with complex immigration cases. Suzanne also has had a number of victories in the Immigration and Federal courts. Suzanne handles cases representing the full range of U.S. Immigration laws with respect to all of the government agencies involved in the Immigration process in the United States and abroad. Suzanne received her Bachelor of Arts from the University of Texas-Austin, and her Juris Doctorate from St. Mary’s University School of Law, San Antonio, Texas. Suzanne became interested in Immigration law during her second year of law school when she participated in St. Mary's Immigration clinical program under the tutelage of Ms. Lee Teran. Suzanne was born in New York City and is the daughter of Cuban and British immigrants.
Suzanne helps individuals and companies anywhere in the 50 states of the union with all types of immigration law matters, including: Asylum, deportation / removal defense, writ of mandamus, student visas, waivers of inadmissibility for immigrant and non-immigrant aliens, petitions for review and immigration appeals, VAWA, customs seizures, naturalization applications, fiance(e) and marriage petitions, same-sex couples immigration, investment visas such as eb-5 and E2 visas, family petitions, adjustment of status, removal of conditions from green cards, labor certification, national interest waivers, extraordinary ability visas such as O1 and EB-1 visas, work visas such as H1-B, L-1, E-3, R-1 and TN visas, ESTA and missionary visas.
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