Courtney Soria, a Florida native, is the managing partner of Soria Law. She has practiced immigration law and estate planning for over seven years. She received her Juris Doctor degree, cum laude, from the Florida A&M College of Law, after receiving her Bachelor's degree from the University of Central Florida. In law school, Courtney Soria was a member of law review and moot court, and also received two book awards in Florida Practice and Professional Responsibility. During a summer abroad with Gonzaga Law School, Courtney Soria discovered a passion for estate planning while taking an elder law course. While serving as a student law clerk for the U.S. Department of Justice Executive Office for Immigration Review Orlando Immigration Court, Courtney Soria, discovered another area where she knew that she could act as an advocate, and learned about immigration proceedings from the inside.
Courtney Soria limits her practice areas to immigration and estate planning in order to ensure that you receive competent legal advice and services. She takes the time to make sure that you understand your case and your options before you decide what you want to do with your case. Attorney Courtney Soria is licensed to practice law in the State of Florida, and may appear before all Florida Courts, United States Immigration Courts, USCIS Field Offices, and the Board of Immigration Appeals. She is a member of the Florida Bar, the American Immigration Lawyers Association - South Florida Chapter and Central Florida Chapter; and the South Palm Beach County Bar Association.
Mrs. Soria handles all types of immigration law matters including asylum, deportation defense, naturalization applications and appeals, family petitions such as marriage and fiance(e) visas, adjustment of status, green card renewals, immigration waivers for immigrants and non-immigrants, investment visas, business immigration such as L-1 and E2 visas, O1 visas for people with extraordinary abilities, National Interest Waivers, H1-B and P1 visas, R-1 for Religious Workers, VAWA, TN visas, DACA, TPS, Writs of Mandamus and Work Authorization Applications and Renewals. Among the estate planning matters she handles are wills, Prenuptial & Postnuptial Agreements, Advanced Directives for Medical Decisions, Codicils to Previously Executed Wills and Durable Powers of Attorney
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