Kelly has assisted hundreds of clients in obtaining immigrant and nonimmigrant visas, lawful permanent residency, citizenship, work and travel permits, asylum, inadmissibility waivers, and more. Before founding her legal practice, Kelly worked for five years at private immigration firms and non-profit organizations serving immigrant communities in Florida, Texas, California, South Carolina and abroad.
University of Miami School of Law, Juris Doctor, 2011 (Honors)
American University, Bachelor of Arts, 2007 (Magna Cum Laude)
Florida Supreme Court
Member, American Immigration Lawyers Association
Kelly believes that attorneys have a professional responsibility to serve the public interest. Her long-term commitment to volunteerism has included service on the Miami Scholars Public Interest Leadership Board, obtaining Temporary Protected Status for Haitian earthquake victims in Miami, volunteering free income tax assistance to Spanish-speaking immigrants and their families, serving as an international legal fellow at UNICEF in Geneva, Switzerland and completing a postgraduate attorney fellowship at a nonprofit dedicated to refugee rights in Quito, Ecuador. Kelly has also developed international humanitarian projects in Central America and Africa and served as an Equal Justice Works fellow in service to veterans of the U.S. armed forces.