Marvic speaks both English and Spanish fluently and brings her vast wealth of knowledge and experience to assist clients.
Marvic received her law degree from Santa Maria University in Caracas, Venezuela in 1997. Admitted to the Venezuelan Bar, she is a member of the InpreAbogados (National Institution of Lawyers of Venezuela).
In 2001, she served as a Legal Counsel for the District Attorney’s Office before the Supreme Court of Justice of Venezuela. Marvic attended Hamline University in St. Paul, MN. She obtained her LL.M and Masters in Public Administration in 2003. Upon graduation, she worked with a local law firm assisting in various aspects of immigration matters before returning to Venezuela in 2005. From 2005 through 2008, she served as Chief Counsel for the Ministry of Education of Venezuela, focusing on labor and employment litigation. From 2009 to 2013, Marvic served as a Senior Paralegal with a local mid-level size firm assisting clients in various aspects of immigration matters such as family-base applications (permanent residency, naturalizations, deportation/removal defense, deferred action, DACA, U-Visas, T-Visas, among others) and employment immigration (Non-immigrant Employment applications and R-1 petitions).
Marvic is not licensed to practice law in the United States.
- Hamline University, LLM and M.A. in Public Administration, St. Paul, Minnesota, 2003
- Universidad Santa María, Law Degree, Caracas, Venezuela, 1997
Civic & Professional
- InpreAbogados (National Institution of Lawyers of Venezuela)
- International Hands in Service DBA Project Salud y Paz, Member, Board of Directors
- Notary Public