Alberto M. Calvo P A


Alberto M. Calvo P A


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Alberto Mario Calvo

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Immigration, Business, Employment

Alberto M Calvo obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Multi-National Organizational Studies (1989) from St. Mary’s University in San Antonio, Texas and a J... (more)

"Alberto Calvo is a great Immigration Attorney. I highly recommend this Immigration Lawyer. Our company found Albert through a referral from another attorney. Our company has employees who come to the United States with particular skills or education. We put Albert in contact with the employee. He dies all the immigration legal work for us. This law firm has never failed to get our employees their immigration status. I highly recommend this immigration attorney. Alberto Calvo is one of the best lawyers I know."

  6 years ago     Stephen Rafferty

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Alberto M. Calvo P A
3471 N Federal Hwy
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33306


3471 N Federal Hwy
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33306

Recent Legal Articles

The RAISE Act: Its Strengths and Weaknesses and Why I Ultimately Oppose
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