Jamile Moraes Pellicer, Esq.
I am an attorney practicing immigration law in South Florida. My practice advocates for the rights of those who would otherwise not have access to the information necessary to successfully represent themselves. I offer legal representation and legal advice for those in need of various immigration services. On Family Matters, I handle divorces.
I was born in Vitoria, Espirito Santo, Brazil, where I was raised and spent my childhood. I arrived in the US as a young adolescent and I have since been immersed in the rich and diverse Latin culture that graces South Florida. My history provides me with a deep and unique understanding of the legal issues and challenges that face the Hispanic and Latino communities of South Florida, and I have dedicated my career to helping people, and I believe that you deserve a lawyer who truly understands your culture as well as speaks your language.
After receiving a Bachelors in Business Management and a Minor in Marketing from Florida Atlantic University, I attended Nova Southeastern University School, Shepard Law Center where I received my Juris Doctor. During my time at Nova, I was honored to serve as a General Member and a Submitting Editor of the Nova Law Review Honor Society, where I honed her ability to write, and revise scholastic legal articles. I completed the Shepard School of Law’s Honor Program with more than 200 hours of pro bono work.
I am an active member of my community in Broward County, where I live with my baby daughter, Isabella, stepchildren Sarah and Chris, her husband Joseph, as well as the family's pets Gracie and Lola.