As the daughter of two immigrant parents, Teresita understands the importance of representing individuals in their immigration matter. Her mother is a Cuban national who came to the United States under Operation Peter Pan and her father was a Cuban national who was a political prisoner under Fidel Castro’s regime for over 17 years. After graduating with two Bachelor’s degrees from Florida International University, Teresita attended Nova Southeastern University’s Shepard Broad Law Center, where she was an active participant in student groups in immigration and international laws. Teresita is fluent Spanish. She brings her zealous attitude to represent clients’ rights in all immigration matters.
Fluent in Spanish
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