Isadora Velazquez, Esq. was born in Puerto Rico to a Puerto Rican father and Venezuelan mother. She decided at a young age her career goal would be to assist immigrants who wish to make the US not a dream but a reality. She graduated with her Bachelor’s degree in Political Science and Spanish from the University of Miami and after only three years. She received her J.D. from The Dickinson School of Law in Pennsylvania State University.
Isadora has over ten years of experience in immigration law representing individuals, in removal proceedings, cancellation of removal, asylum, adjustment of status, naturalization, as well as labor certification, Intra-Company Transfer Visas, Professional Visas and Specialty Visas. She has extensive experience in family based and employment based immigration proceedings. Ms. Velazquez has argued and won cases before the Executive Order of Immigration Review and Board of Immigration Appeals.
Prior to opening the firm Isa Law PA, Ms. Velazquez was the only immigration attorney at Trujillo Vargas Gonzalez Hevia, LLP and a former partner at Aigen & Velazquez, P.A. She has dedicated her legal career to immigration law, personal injury representation, and civil litigation with a focus on first party property claims. Her goal was to obtain the best possible compensation for medical bills, pain and suffering, lost wages, and other damages. Preceding the opening of her own practice, she acquired significant legal experience further complemented by serving as an Assistant State Attorney for the Miami State Attorney’s office where she developed successful litigation skills as a trial attorney in several courtrooms with various judges. Ms. Velazquez also worked as an Associate Attorney doing Insurance Defense alongside renowned and highly respected law specialists.
Isadora Velazquez’s combined expertise in immigration law, personal injury law, and civil litigation serves as an advantage for her clients as she is able to provide comprehensive solutions in all areas of law.
12 years, 300 cases
Personal injury: 5%
12 years, 100 cases
5 years, 50 cases