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Lesbia F. Deloach


1200 Riverplace Boulevard, Ste. 800
Jacksonville, FL 32207

Lesbia F. Deloach


Born in Caracas, Venezuela, I embarked on a journey that seamlessly intertwined my passion for law, finance, and the global community. My academic odyssey began at the National School of Administration and Public Finance, where I dedicated myself to mastering the intricacies of Public Finances and International Commerce from 1988 to 1994.

Fueled by a thirst for legal knowledge and equipped with a strong academic foundation, I pursued my legal education at Universidad Santa Maria School of Law from 1997 to 2001. Here, I delved deep into the principles of law and justice, preparing myself for a career that would meld legal expertise with commercial acumen.

From 1989 to 2007, I immersed myself in the dynamic realm of International Commerce and Customs, gaining invaluable insights into the complexities of global trade. Concurrently, I embarked on an entrepreneurial endeavor, establishing, and managing my private firm. Specializing in Tax and Finance Law, I provided strategic counsel to corporate clients, navigating the intricate intersections of law and finance with finesse and dedication.

In pursuit of expanding my legal horizons, I obtained certification from the Florida Bar as a Foreign Legal Consultant. This marked a pivotal moment in my career as I transitioned into the realm of Immigration Law in the U.S. Since then, I have dedicated myself to assisting individuals and families navigate the complexities of immigration, leveraging my expertise to guide them through each step of their journey.

My passion for immigration law is rooted in the profound impact it has on people’s lives. Witnessing the joy and relief on the faces of clients when their immigration journey culminates in success is immensely gratifying. It fuels my commitment to providing compassionate and effective legal representation, ensuring that each client receives the personalized attention and support they deserve.

Today, as I continue to advocate for the rights and aspirations of immigrants, I remain steadfast in my dedication to upholding the principles of justice, fairness, and compassion. With every case I handle, I strive to make a meaningful difference in the lives of those I serve, embodying the spirit of service and commitment that defines my professional ethos.



  • Universidad Santa Maria School of Law, 2001



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