Nadine Heitz has a passion to help her clients through an often difficult and emotionally turbulent process. Having been through the U.S. Immigration experience herself, she understands how challenging it can be.
Growing up in the multicultural city of Toronto, Canada, Nadine learned from a young age the value of relationships with people of different cultures. After a successful career in marketing, Nadine brought her family to the U.S. on a TN Visa to manage a high volume immigration law practice. It was here that she began her journey towards a career in law.
Nadine speaks fluent German having spent much of her childhood summers in Germany with her family. Nadine Heitz obtained her J.D. degree from Northwestern California University School of Law and her B.A. degree in Economics from York University in Toronto. She is a member of the California State Bar and is admitted to practice immigration law in all 50 states.
Lateef Stephen recently obtained his A.S. degree in Paralegal Studies at Palm Beach State College. His course content included legal concepts, court systems, tort law, business law, real estate law, and of course, immigration law.
An avid video game enthusiast, Lateef Stephen enjoys competing in gaming tournaments throughout Florida where he has frequently taken first place in numerous group tournaments.
When Lateef is not in front of his computer he enjoys activities with his friends such as volleyball, playing tennis and skate-boarding.
Lateef Stephen works part-time for Heitz Immigration Law, providing support to the attorney and assisting with client communications.
Yasmeen moved to the U.S. from Canada as a child when she was 10 years old, making her transition fairly smooth at this young age. But Yasmeen has never forgotten her Canadian heritage and will tell you that she experienced the best childhood because of the wonderful schools and teachers she encountered during her formative years in Toronto.
Yasmeen hopes to someday return to Canada to live with her own family. She especially misses the four seasons! Living in South Florida’s year round summer, Yasmeen dreams of autumn and winter fashions where she can wear boots, coats and scarves. Yasmeen currently attends Palm Beach State College where she is completing her A.A. degree while she works part-time for Heitz Immigration Law providing much needed administrative support to the firm.
Yasmeen plans to attend law school in the future and has a strong interest in environmental law.
Born in Brazil, Leni obtained her MBA in Rio de Janeiro at the “Universidade Abeu.” Leni has more than 10 years of experience assisting attorneys and working for the general public translating documents used in immigration and civil cases. Leni is a Notary and Signing Agent who speaks fluent Portuguese and Spanish and is a certified translator in both languages.
After all, it’s your life, and having been through the U.S. Immigration experience herself, Nadine Heitz knows how important this process is to you, your relatives, your loved ones, your employer and anyone else who may be impacted by the outcome of your immigration matter.
At Heitz Immigration Law, our goal is to “open the door to opportunity” for our clients from around the world who wish to live and work in the United States. Welcome to the USA!
American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), the national association of immigration lawyers established to promote justice, advocate for fair and reasonable immigration law and policy, advance the quality of immigration and nationality law and practice, and enhance the professional development of its members.
AILA South Florida Chapter. AILA South Florida works hard to facilitate the administration of justice for immigrants in our legal system. AILA members are well-versed in all aspects of immigration law, including naturalization, deportation, asylum and employer sanctions.
State Bar of California, attorney license number 303657. For more than 85 years, the State Bar of California has shaped the development of the law, regulated the professional conduct of the state’s lawyers and provided greater access to legal services.
Florida Association of Women Lawyers, actively promoting gender equality and leadership roles of their memebers in the legal profession, judiciary and community.
American Bar Association, whose goal it is to serve equally its members, the profession and the public by defending liberty and delivering justice as the national representative of the legal profession.
Copyright © 2017 | Theme by MH Themes