Idalis Perez attended Nova Southeastern University, Shepard Broad Law Center and graduated on June 30, 1999 with a Juris Doctor degree. On October 1, 1999, she was admitted to the Florida Bar.
Prior to attending law school, Idalis obtained a Bachelor Degree in Business Administration from the Florida International University.
As a fully bilingual law student with excellent academic performance, Idalis Perez was offered the position of Executive Editor and Coordinator of the Bilingual Edition of the Journal of International and Comparative Law published by Nova Southeastern University.
Idalis Perez worked as a paralegal for an immigration law firm since the early 1990’s. Her experience in immigration procedure as a paralegal was valuable in law school and she continued to work in the immigration field as an intern at the Florida Immigrant Advocacy Center where she assisted victims of domestic violence in their immigration cases.
As a licensed attorney in 1999, Idalis Perez worked as a Staff Attorney for Church World Service, a non-profit organization, where she represented immigrants before the Immigration Courts and Board of Immigration Appeals. Idalis continues her involvent with Church World Service as a member of the Church World Service, Miami Office Advisory Board Member.
In October of 2001, Idalis Perez began her practice and has since worked zealously for her clients with honesty, professionalism, and experience.
As a practicing immigration attorney, Idalis Perez enjoys the benefits of being a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association since 1999. This membership provides instant immigration news updates, caselaw, and continued education courses in immigration law. The AILA membership allows Idalis Perez to effectively represent clients in the constantly changing world of immigration and nationality law.