Jorge E. Sevilla is a native Spanish-speaking Ocala Immigration Attorney practicing business & immigration law exclusively since 2013. Attorney Sevilla has experience representing individuals, families, and companies before an array of federal agencies, including but not limited to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, and U.S. Department of Justice.
Attorney Sevilla’s extensive knowledge enables him to work closely with clients to effectively and efficiently achieve their immigration goals. Whether filing to renew a green card, or representing clients in complex federal litigation cases, Attorney Sevilla will apply the same professional standard and attention to detail to all cases. His awareness and experience with business-related matters is reflected by his successful representation of clients in obtaining employment-based visas including, but not limited to, intra-company transfers, investors’ visas, and visas for temporary workers.
He is a zealous advocate for clients facing deportation in removal proceedings before the Immigration Court. He has been in the immigration field for over 15 years. As an attorney, he shares the highs and lows of this lengthy and deeply involved process. From witnessing his clients getting sworn in as U.S. Citizens to preventing their deportation or reuniting families members who have been separate for many years – he is with them every step of the way. Attorney Sevilla empathizes that for many this is not a simple journey but with reliable advice and guidance, you will achieve those results together.
Being of Central American, Middle Eastern & European descent, Attorney Sevilla understands first-hand the difficulty individuals and families face when arriving to a new country. He is dedicated to aiding those in search of a better life and opportunity for themselves, their families, and their businesses and strives to provide unparalleled representation.
2009 | Florida International University, B.A., magna cum laude
2012 | Florida International University, J.D., top 10 of class
JURISDICTIONS ADMITTED TO PRACTICE
2013 | The Florida Bar
2013 | U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit
2013 | U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida
2013 | U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida
2013 | The Florida Bar
2013 | Orange County Bar Association
2013 | American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA)
2013 | Florida Bar Young Lawyers Division
2014 | Orange County Bar, Executive Committee for Immigration & Naturalization (2017-2018 Committee Chair)
2020 | Dr. Phillips Chamber of Commerce - International Entrepreneurs (past member)
2020 | Florida Bar, Solo & Small Firm Section
2020 | Rotary Club of Horizons West
2021 | West Orange Chamber of Commerce
2022| Ocala CE>P