Elizabeth joined Neil F. Lewis, P.A. in June of 2016 as an Associate Attorney practicing Immigration Law. She is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), and her practice focuses primarily on family related immigration matters.
Since being admitted to the Florida Bar in 2015, Elizabeth has realized her true passion for the practice of immigration law. At Neil F. Lewis, P.A., Elizabeth handles a variety of immigration cases involving adjustment of status, deferred action, naturalization, and many others. She can communicate with clients in both Spanish and English. Prior to joining Neil F. Lewis, PA., Elizabeth practiced both Elder Law and Legal and Regulatory Compliance in Tampa, Florida. She has experience in contested and uncontested guardianships, guardian advocacy, estate planning, and probate administration. Additionally, she has experience with creating a comprehensive compliance infrastructure in a law firm setting.
Elizabeth is a graduate of the University of Denver, Sturm College of Law, where she earned a Certificate in Corporate and Commercial Law. She completed three different externships during her time in law school, two in-house international corporation positions and one boutique business law firm position. She was an officer in the Spanish Speaking Lawyers Association and active volunteer in the Spanish Speaking Community in Denver, Colorado.
During law school, Elizabeth spent time in Antigua, Guatemala, and Madrid, Spain, studying international law and furthering her Spanish language skills. Prior to attending law school, Elizabeth graduated from the University of Wisconsin – Madison, where she majored in Spanish Literature and International Studies.
Elizabeth believes in providing exceptional client service with the utmost professionalism. It is with a sense of pride in helping others that Elizabeth serves the firm’s immigration clients.
- American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA)- Tampa Bay Business Journal Elite Young Professionals
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