Martha L. Arias
Immigration Attorney Miami
Arias Villa LLC, is the law firm of Martha L. Arias and is located in Miami, Florida.
Below you will find information about Mrs. Arias’ legal education, experience, and memberships.
Immigration Attorney Martha L. Arias is actively involved with professional organizations; she has been a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), both the National and South Florida Chapter, since 2005. Within AILA National, Martha L. Arias is part of the Federal Litigation section and has participated in the AILA National Day of Action at the U.S. Congress on behalf of immigrants. Immigration Attorney Martha L. Arias is currently a member of the AILA South Florida Court Committee and Federal Committee. Through the years of membership with AILA, she has been part of several committees including the ICE Office of Chief Counsel and Department of Labor, among others.
Immigration Attorney Martha L. Arias has been a member of the Colombian American Bar Association (COLBAR) since she was a law school student in 2001. Martha L. Arias is still a member of COLBAR and currently holds the position of Vice-President of this organization. She frequently participates in events by Kendall Bar Association, an attorney association in South Florida.
Attorney Martha L. Arias is frequently interviewed by Caracol Radio (1260 AM) and Actualidad Radio (1040 AM), the two leading Miami AM radio stations, on immigration news and topics.
Juris Doctor Degree – JD
Ms. Martha L. Arias is admitted to practice law in Florida, U.S. She obtained her Juris Doctor degree from St. Thomas University, School of Law, in 2002.
Masters in Laws – LL.M
Martha L. Arias obtained her Masters in Law - LL.M. - from the University of Miami in 1995. She concentrated this specialization on private international law.
Attorney Degree from a Civil Law System– LL.B
Martha L. Arias also holds an LL.B or attorney degree from a civil law country. She graduated as an attorney in Colombia in 1991. Her graduation thesis: The Cable Television and Satellite Technologies: a Challenge for the Colombian Legislation- was graded with honors.