Immigration Law Orlando
Orlando Immigration Law Firm is built by Immigrants for Immigrants. We know first-hand the patience, the struggle, the fear and the gratification that the US Immigration process brings.
As immigration lawyers in Orlando, we pride ourselves in practicing with a Client-First approach. We are dedicated to representing our clients with passion and patience.
Orlando Immigration Law Firm serves the Immigrant community in Central Florida, in addition, we provide services to the entire State of Florida and the United States. We understand that every client faces a unique Immigration issue and we personalize our representation to the client and their circumstances. With every client, a detailed legal strategy is created to ensure our client achieves the best result.
We make ourselves available during every step of the Immigration Process.
Our Staff is experienced in handling complex Immigration cases ranging from Adjustment of Status, Business Visas and Deportation Defense to Asylum, Naturalization and Green Card acquisition. Our Staff believes in Keeping Families together and WE FIGHT FOR ONE PEOPLE.
Orlando Immigration Law firm is the Immigration Division of the Law Office of Sekou Clarke.
Sékou Clarke is the founder of the Orlando Immigration Law Firm, having experienced first-hand the rigors of the U.S. Immigration system, providing a full-service Immigration practice was always a priority for him. Sékou was born in St. Andrew, Jamaica, where his work-ethic and athletic ability earned him a full athletic scholarship to the University of Florida (UF). While at (UF), he was, Team Captain, 10 time All-American and helped the Gators to 2 National Titles in Track and Field. Sekou Graduated with a B.S. in Tourism and Hospitality Management and earned All SEC and Academic Honor Roll Honors.
After Graduating from UF, he competed professionally and represented Jamaica Internationally, competing in over 15 countries worldwide. During this time, he earned his MBA in Marketing from St. Leo University.
At an early age, Sekou was urged and inspired to be an attorney by his close lifelong mentor, the Honorable Patrick Robinson, Judge of the International Court of Justice, in The Hague, Netherlands. After retiring from competition, Sekou followed his dream to be an advocate for people with a voice that needed to be heard and rights that needed to be protected. He pursued his Juris Doctor from Florida Coastal School of Law and is now a licensed Florida Attorney.
Sekou’s experience with working with Immigrants, the injured and traveling the world, developed his passion for representation and honed a keen sense for litigation. The discipline and patience from Sekou’s sports background is evident in his zealous approach to fighting for his clients and his unyielding dedication in ensuring that his clients are adequately heard and compensated.
Sekou is Licensed to practice in all Florida State Courts and he is a member of the American Bar Association, Florida Bar Association and Orange County Bar Association
Natalie Quinonez is a first generation American who, from an early age, had a passion for the law and advocating for justice. Inspired by her compassionate and extremely hardworking family, she knew helping others was the life path for her.
Ms. Quinonez was born in Long Island, New York, but moved to the Central Florida area in 1995. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science, with a minor in Psychology, from the University of Central Florida in 2007. While attending UCF she was a member of the Hispanic American Student Association. She also worked with the before and after school YMCA program, mentoring and tutoring middle school children throughout the Central Florida area. Community service has always been an important platform in each organization she has served as a member in.
Ms. Quinonez went on to earn her Juris Doctorate from Barry University School of Law in 2011. During all three years at Barry, she was a board member of the Hispanic American Law Student Association serving as Vice President and Historian. She also volunteered at Barry’s Immigration Clinic, as an interpreter. Ms. Quinonez, while completing her last year of Law School, had the opportunity to serve as a felony criminal-judicial intern for the Honorable Marc L. Lubet, of the 9th Judicial Circuit in Orlando, Florida. She conducted extensive research and drafted numerous orders and court documents, gaining valuable trial and courtroom experience.
After earning her license with the Florida Bar, Ms. Quinonez is committed to keeping our community righteous, while fighting for justice for her clients.
Additional Languages: Spanish
Memberships: Public Relations Chair of The Hispanic Bar Association of Central Florida
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"Sekou immediately after our first meeting put my mind at ease giving me hope while going through a difficult time in my life, while keeping constant communication with me and giving me words of encouragement at the same time he was able to handle my case and give me the best possible outcome."