With over 17 years of experience in Business and Family immigration matters, our firm is here to provide you with professional legal services you deserve. If individualized attention, knowledge and skill are what you are looking for in your attorney, call for a consultation.

Attorney Raquel Chaviano-Mora prides herself in the integrity and thoroughness that the firm offers its clients and their families. It has always been the cornerstone of her own practice which opened its doors in January 2011 in Doral, Florida. Prior to that, she practiced immigration law as an associate attorney for a solo-practitioner in Miami, Florida from September 1999 through December 2010.

Attorney Chaviano-Mora attended the Shepard Broad Law Center, Nova Southeastern University in Davie, Florida, and graduated, cum laude, with her Juris Doctor Degree in 1999. She was thereafter admitted to the Florida Bar on September 17, 1999. Ms. Chaviano-Mora received her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Religious Studies in 1996 from Florida International University in Miami, Florida. Ms. Chaviano-Mora has been a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association and its South Florida Chapter since 1989, as well as serving as a past Board Member of the local chapter.

Professional Associations: American Immigration Lawyers Association (South Florida Chapter) The Florida Bar



Immigration law is the main area of practice, including but not limited to:

All family-based immigration cases, including appeals to both the Board of Immigration Appeals and the Administrative Appeals Office, consular processing and adjudications before the Department of Homeland Security.

Employment-Based cases, including I-140’s (EB-1, EB-2, EB-3) which are:

Employment First Preference:

  • - Persons with extraordinary ability
  • - outstanding professors and researchers
  • - Managers and executives in multinational companies

Employment Second Preference:
  • - Professionals with advanced degrees
  • - Persons with exceptional ability

Employment Third Preference:
  • - Professional
  • - Skilled and unskilled workers

  • - Labor Certifications
  • - H-1B (temporary worker visa)
  • - L-1A (intracompany transfers)
  • - E-1 & E-2 (investment visas)
  • - P-1 (athletes)
  • - O-1A (extraordinary ability)
  • - R-1 (religious workers)
  • - Other (immigration)

Removal Proceedings
Extensions and Changes of status (B-1, B-2, F-1)
K-1 (Fiancée Petitions)
Certificates of Citizenship
Evaluation of Criminal Convictions to determine immigration consequences

The firm also represents individuals in dissolution of marriage cases.



8750 NW 36 Street, Suite 425, Doral, Florida 33178





Working Areas: Serving South Florida

Hours of Operation: 9:00AM – 5:00PM

Payment Methods: Credit Cards, Cash, Check, Money Orders