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Liliana Torres Valencia

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Attorney Liliana Torres Valencia was born and raised in Colombia. She graduated from University San Buenaventura in 2002 with a law degree and was admitted as a member of the Colombian bar association. Following law school, Liliana began her career by working in a number of renowned companies. She provided guidance concerning the management and administrative collection of various public and private companies.

Liliana immigrated to the United States in 2007 with her family. After personally experienced the hardships of the immigration system, she realized her desire to practice Immigration and Nationality law. She graduated from a Master of U.S. Laws Program at Florida Coastal School of Law in 2012 and was admitted as a member of the Alabama Bar Association in 2015. She began serving as an Associate Attorney with an Immigration Law Firm in Orlando, FL where she focused in the area of business, employment, and family immigration law.

Liliana joined Maney | Gordon | Zeller, P.A. as an Associate Attorney for the Orlando office in October 2017 and has successfully represented the firm’s clients in their immigration cases, with an emphasis on employment/investment-based cases, such as EB-5, E2, E1, H1B, R, O, P, PERM, EB-1, EB-2, EB-3, adjustment of status, asylums, appeals, and waivers. Her experience includes handling complex cases for individual clients, companies and families.

Liliana’s experience, professionalism, strong work ethics and effective advocacy skills on complex cases have translated into successful results for our clients. In addition to her US immigration experience, Liliana’ education and work experience in South America and U.S. legal system has helped her excel in her practice and assisted our firm in becoming a leader in U.S. immigration law. As part of her law practice in Colombia, Liliana specializes in representing businesses and individuals who want to expand their business in the United States. Liliana is proud to represent foreign nationals and companies with their business and immigration needs in the United States.

Liliana is an active member of the Florida Chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (“AILA”). Also, she is a proud board member of the Brazil America Council based in Orlando, FL. She speaks English, Spanish and conversational Portuguese.

Admission to Practice

  • Alabama Bar Association
  • All Federal Immigration Courts Nationwide
  • Colombian Bar Association (Consejo Superior de la Judicatura)

Education

  • San Buenaventura University - Juris Doctor
  • Florida Coastal School of Law - Master of U.S. Laws Program

Languages

  • Spanish
  • Conversational Portuguese

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