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Carmen Arce | Miami Immigration Lawyer

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Attorney Carmen Arce is Board Certified by the Florida Bar as an Expert in Immigration & Nationality Law. She was admitted to the Florida Bar in 2001 and has practiced immigration and nationality law in the Miami area for more than 10 years.  

Ms Arce graduated Magna Cum Laude from Texas Tech University in 1998 with a Major in Spanish and a Minor in Secondary Education. During her time at Texas Tech, she was a member of the Golden Key National Honor Society and served as Vice President of Sigma Delta Pi (a Spanish Honor Society). She also spent a semester studying abroad in Mexico.

She was admitted to Texas Tech University School of Law in 1998. During law school, she joined both The International Law Student Association and The Mexican American Law Student Association (MALSA). Upon becoming a member of MALSA, she began arguing for the organization to change its name to The Hispanic Law Student Association in order to represent a greater number and variety of law students. MALSA members voted and the organization formally changed its name to the Hispanic Law Student Association (HLSA). Ms. Arce later served as an officer of HLSA. In addition, she served as the Hispanic National Bar Association Representative from Texas Tech University School of Law. She also received a CALI award from Texas Tech University School of Law for excellent achievement in the study of Complex Litigation.  

In the Spring of 2000, she was admitted to Georgetown University School of Law to attend its International Law Program in Florence, Italy. Carmen graduated from Texas Tech University School of Law with her Doctor of Jurisprudence in the Spring of 2001.

Position Organization Location Duration
Immigration Lawyer Arce Immigration Law, P.A. Miami, FL 02/2011- Present Time
School Degree Major Graduation
Texas Tech University School of Law JD Law School 2001
Texas Tech University BA Spanish 1998
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Florida 2001
  • Florida Bar as Chairperson of the Immigration
    Nationality Law Board Certification Committee
  • Carmen received a CALI award from Texas Tech University School of Law for excellent achievement in the study of Complex Litigation.
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Fee:We charge a fee of $100.00 for your initial consultation.

Service Type:Private

Language:Italian, Portuguese, Spanish


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Arce Immigration Law P.A.
1395 Brickell Ave, Ste 800
Miami, FL 33131

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