Ana was born in Guadalajara, Mexico. She spent her childhood in a traditional Latin-American family along with her parents and three siblings. Ana’s biggest dream was to become an attorney to help people around the community.
However, Ana’s father wanted her to be a teacher. To please him, Ana graduated first with an education degree, specializing in kids with learning disabilities. A few years later, she went to Law School and received her degree at the University of Guadalajara. She accomplished her goal of becoming an attorney in Mexico in 1995. Working with people to help them to raise their aspirations, giving them the opportunity to reach what they deserve brought Ana the most meaning and contentment to her life.
Years later, after marrying, Ana left her country, family, job, and friends in search of happiness on other shores. Despite everything seeming ideal, however, she missed much about her former life. After receiving her legal residence in the U.S., she entered to Stetson University College of Law of Florida; she earned a Master’s degree in International Law.
Ana has been part of Maney | Gordon | Zeller, P.A. since June 2009. She has been the Manager at the Office of the Immigration Help Center since the office was opened. Ana’s experience and professionalism has helped people to make their dreams to become true. Her legal experience involves family visas, naturalization, removal cases, waivers, non-immigrant visas asylums, and a comprehensive understanding of the U.S. legal immigration system.
Ana has a passion for the immigrant community. She believes that this country was built on the strength of its immigrant populations. As an immigrant, she has never denied her background or her culture and she appreciates more than the average American, the opportunities that this country gives to her. Ana makes an effort to contribute to the U.S. by giving immigrants a better chance by providing personalized and compassionate service to our clients.
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