Gina Ameci is a member of the firm’s Labor and Employment Law Section and a second-term member of the firm's Board of Directors. She provides legal and practical counsel to assist executives, managers and HR professionals in diverse industries in making day-to-day human resource decisions. Her emphasis is on risk management – preventing problems and minimizing legal fees.
Haley R. Ayure focuses her practice on a full range of domestic and international corporate transnational and general commercial matters, including mergers and acquisitions, commercial contracts, secured transactions, commercial lending, securities law compliance and general corporate governance. Haley also practices in the area of immigration law, with a focus on business immigration matters.
Yova A. Borovska concentrates her practice in the area of immigration. She handles all aspects of immigration law, including applications for non-immigrant visas, immigrant visa consular processing, employment-based and family-based immigrant petitions, PERM, applications for change of status and extension of stay and applications for adjustment of status and U.S. Citizenship.
Board Certified by The Florida Bar in Immigration and Nationality Law, William J. Flynn, III is a shareholder in the firm’s Labor & Employment Group where he focuses largely on immigration legal matters. He has represented foreign nationals and U.S. corporations that employ foreign nationals. In this capacity, he represents clients before the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Department of Labor and U.S. Department of State.
Richard has been selected by his peers to be listed in The Best Lawyers in America® since 2006 and has garnered an AV® Preeminent™ Peer Review rating, the highest available mark for professional excellence from Martindale-Hubbell’s Peer Review Ratings. He was named to the Florida Super Lawyers® list consecutively from 2007-2014.
Beatrice LeVine, CP FRP
Bea LeVine has been with our firm since May, 1988. She is experienced in Family & Business Immigration involving Immigrant and Non-immigrant visas. Her knowledge and skills focus primarily on EB-5 Investors, E-1/E-2 Investors, Entertainers & Athletes, Corporate Transferees, Health Care Workers, Students, Family and Consular Matters. Her work involves liaising with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Department of Labor and the U.S. Department of State.
With more than 30 years of legal experience, Dilip Patel has built a strong practice which deals with all aspects of immigration law. Dilip specializes in assisting individuals and families as well as U.S. companies that hire foreign nationals for temporary or permanent work.
Margaret Reyes, FRP
Margaret Castellanos has been with our firm since July 1998. Maggie handles non-immigrant and immigrant visas specializing in H-1B, L-1A, L-1B, TN, O-1, all related extensions and changes of status as well as EB1(a), EB1(b), EB1(c), Alien Labor Certification (PERM) and naturalization filings. This includes the analysis and preparation of responses and Appeals to the government. She is also fluent Bilingual - English/Spanish, which is an asset for many of our clients.
Min focuses her practice on employment-based immigration law and represents and advises clients from a variety of industries including information technology, higher education, banking, manufacturing, healthcare and nonprofits. She represents international companies on their immigration issues during acquisitions, mergers, global relocations and downsizings. Min provides strategic advice related to global immigration policies and best practices. She assists companies in developing “best practices” programs in I-9 Compliance and Verification, and has extensive experience in worksite enforcement. Min has significant experience in handling government investigations including on-site audits, depositions and appellate litigation.
Christopher R. Thorn’s practice focuses on employment-based immigration matters. Christopher serves corporate clients in a wide variety of industries, including telecommunications, health care, biotechnology, pharmaceutical, engineering and higher education.
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