Nadia F. Gonzalez


Nadia F. Gonzalez is a graduate of Nova Southeastern University, Shepard Broad College of Law. Prior to her admission to law school, she attended Florida Atlantic University, obtaining her degree in Criminal Justice, and studied abroad at the University of Oxford in England.

Prior to becoming an attorney, Nadia worked with a prominent criminal defense attorney in Broward County, Florida, for approximately 9 years, during which time she actively involved in the Broward Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (BACDL).

Nadia’s legal experience in the area of immigration began during her final year of law school, clerking for a South Florida immigration firm, working on family-based petitions, student and trainee visas, and naturalization.

As an attorney, Nadia has worked in private practice, focusing on employment-based immigration. She has successfully represented foreign nationals on a variety of employment-based visas including Grammy nominated musicians, Guinness World Record professionals and record-holders, internationally recognized graffiti artists, photographers, fashion models, music producers, managers and executives of internationally recognized fashion brands. Additionally, she has successfully obtained investor visas for nationals from the United Kingdom, Spain, Canada, Colombia, Ecuador, Argentina, and Italy, among others.

Nadia was born in Cuenca, Ecuador and immigrated to the United States with her family at the age of 12. As a first-generation immigrant herself, Nadia recognizes the hardships immigrants face when relocating to a new country and adapting to a new culture. She has personally experienced the immigration process in the United Sates which has provided her with a unique and intimate understanding of the immigration system and its impact on her clients. Now, as a naturalized citizen, she is passionate about assisting individuals and families going through the immigration system.

Nadia is currently a member of the Florida Bar, Broward County Bar Association the American Bar Association, AILA, BNI, and the Young Lawyers Division of the Florida Bar.