Jamile Moraes Pellicer, ESQ.
My practice advocates for the rights of those who would otherwise not have access to the information necessary to successfully represent themselves. I offer legal representation, legal advice, and legal strategy for those in need of various immigration services. On Family Matters, I handle divorces.
I was born in Vitoria, Espirito Santo, Brazil, where I was raised and spent my childhood. I arrived in the US as a teenager with my parents and little sister, and I have since been immersed in the rich and diverse Latin culture that graces South Florida. My life experience as an immigrant in America provides me with a deep and unique understanding of the legal issues and challenges that face the Hispanic and Latino communities of South Florida, and I have dedicated my career to helping people like my family.
I believe that you deserve a lawyer who truly understands your culture, as well as speaks your language.
After receiving a Bachelors in Business Management and a Minor in Marketing from Florida Atlantic University, I attended Nova Southeastern University School, Shepard Law Center, where I received my Juris Doctor. During my time at Nova, I was honored to serve as a General Member and a Submitting Editor of the Nova Law Review Honor Society, where I honed my ability to write and revise scholastic legal articles. I completed the Shepard School of Law’s Honor Program with more than 200 hours of pro bono work.
I am an active member of my community in Broward County, where I live with my family: my Cuban husband Joseph, our toddler Isabella, and my stepchildren Sarah and Chris. We have two small dogs, Gracie and Lola.
Yoel Lemus, Esq.
Yoel Lemus, Esq., is a distinguished immigration attorney whose life journey from Cuba to the United States is a testament to resilience, dedication, and a commitment to public service.
Born in Cuba, Yoel embarked on a life-changing journey when he immigrated to the United States at the age of 17. Overcoming the challenges of adapting to a new culture and language, Yoel's early experiences fueled his determination to succeed. Inspired by his parents’ hard work and sacrifices, he began working diligently to help support his family while understanding the importance of furthering his education.
After enrolling in school, Yoel earned his associate degree from NSU, laying the foundation for his academic pursuits. His passion for justice led him to obtain a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice, a pivotal step towards his ultimate goal of becoming an attorney.
Yoel's legal journey reached a significant milestone when he earned his Juris Doctor degree from Florida Coastal School of Law. In 2021, he was admitted to practice law by the Supreme Court of the State of Florida, marking the beginning of his professional career.
Initially practicing in Personal Injury and Insurance Defense, Yoel quickly realized that his true passion lay in public service, particularly helping individuals navigate the complexities of immigration law. In 2022, he transitioned to 360 Immigration Law, where he works alongside with Attorney Jamile M. Pellicer to specialize in various areas of immigration law, including victim assistance, F-1 Student Visa renewal, family immigration, work permits, naturalization, and removal defense. As an immigration attorney, Yoel Lemus has made a significant impact, assisting numerous clients in achieving legal status and providing them with a second chance, much like the opportunities he received in his own journey.
In addition to his outstanding legal career, Mr. Yoel Lemus, Esq., goes above and beyond as a mentor for upcoming attorneys preparing to take the bar exam. Recognizing the importance of passing on knowledge and supporting the next generation of legal professionals, Mr. Lemus generously shares his expertise and experiences with aspiring lawyers. His commitment to mentorship reflects not only his dedication to the legal field but also his desire to contribute to the growth and success of those who follow in his footsteps. Through mentorship, Mr. Lemus continues to inspire and guide the future leaders of the legal community, fostering a legacy of excellence and professionalism.
Beyond his legal pursuits, Yoel is a devoted husband to Ms. Verónica A. Lemus. Together, they cherish moments with their family, including their two beloved Yorkie Terriers, Princess Prada, and Mia Anastasia. Actively involved in his local church. In his leisure time, he enjoys cycling and playing the violin, showcasing his diverse interests and commitment to a well-rounded life. Through his professional accomplishments and personal endeavors, Yoel Lemus continues to embody the values of resilience, compassion, and a steadfast commitment to making a positive impact in the lives of others.
My name is Jaci Simonet, I am the officer Manager of 360 Immigration Law Group.
When I came to USA 22 years ago, I came as the mother of 2 beautiful young girls looking for a better future for them. I was born in Linhares, Espirito Santo. When I was 7 years old, we moved to Vitoria, the Capitol of the state of Espirito Santo.
Coming to USA had been my dream for a long time before I had a chance to apply for my Visa. I took my chance and embraced it. My choice was coming to Florida. The climate is the same as my city in Brazil and when we arrived in Miami 22 years ago, I knew Florida was my future home.
I raised my girls here, but we kept the Portuguese language. We always spoke Portuguese at home, so it helped them to be bilingual. Learning English was not that hard, because I went to school in Brazil to learn the language, I knew I just needed to work hard and practice it.
I know how hard is to go to another country without knowing the language and without the right documentation. Working with immigration is really a passion, a labor of love. We change lives every day. I cannot describe the feeling I have every time one of our clients gets approved for any kind of documentation, and the amazing feeling it is to help them be legal. I have gone through this process myself. Becoming an American Citizen changed my life.
We are a team, and we work hard to help people, to guide them through the process, and we are side by side every step of the way. We work hard to get results.
I work with an amazing team, we are a family of immigrants, and I have the privilege to work with the 2 best attorneys that I have known. They fight tooth and nail to help our clients, and you can count on our team to help fight for you.
LANGUAGES: English (Fluent), Portuguese (Fluent)
My name is Giselma Martins, and I am a Paralegal at the 360 Immigration Law Group. I was born in Campos dos Goytacazes, Rio de Janeiro, and came to the United States 22 years ago. I have a degree in History and a postgraduate degree in Human Resources.
I began working in immigration in 2001, during the LIFE Act (2000 amendment) - Section 245(i), which allowed certain immigrants present in the United States who would not normally qualify to apply for an adjustment of status to obtain permanent residency (get a Green Card). It was the opportunity for many immigrants to fulfill their dreams. Since then, I have been in this field, helping people turn dreams into reality. I can affirm how gratifying it is to see the joy of people achieving their accomplishments. Many years ago, still in Brazil, I heard a phrase that I don't remember who said, but I adopted it as a motto - "We do the impossible, the miracle takes a little longer." I believe that with faith, determination, we can always do a little more to achieve our goals and those we represent.
In these more than 22 years of experience working with immigration, I have gained knowledge and worked on various types of cases with immigration: L-1, H-1, COS (Change of Status), EOS (Extension of Status); Family processes, Removal of Conditional (I-751), Naturalization, DACA, TPS, Grandfathered under 245(i), and at the moment, the "apple of my eye" are PERM cases (Program Electronic Review Management - allows an employer to hire a foreigner to work permanently in the United States), I-140, and Adjustment of Status (application for Permanent Residence).
In this journey, I had the opportunity to work with good professionals in the field, I heard many stories, dreamed the dreams of many. Today, I work at the 360 Immigration Law Group, where teamwork, truth, wisdom, loyalty to both clients and colleagues prevail. Here, it's not enough to do just what's necessary; we always put in a little more - more knowledge, complicity, recognition, determination, compassion, dedication, etc. Each client is treated as unique. That is the difference in achieving goals. That is our differential advantage.
At 15 I came to the United States and met my father after a long time without seeing him with the help of Jamile. Jamile was essential for the acquisition of my documents and my family’s and being part of this team today is very rewarding. I am fluent in English, Spanish, and Portuguese and am able to assist clients with all their questions and concerns. I work with correspondence management, internal and external communications as well as the area of document translation. The breadth of our expertise means we’re able to serve as a dedicated resource for all your immigration needs. We are passionate about walking you through every step of your process. We take your legal matters personally because we know how much is at stake. Your success is ours.
LANGUAGES: English (Fluent), Portuguese (Fluent), Spanish (Fluent)
My name is Samantha Dias, and I am one of the Legal Assistants here at 360 Immigration Law Group.
I was born in Brazil but came to the United States with my family as a small child. I grew up in the melting pot that is South Florida and I love the diversity and cultural richness that living here entails. I am passionate about helping immigrants from around the world achieve their American Dream because I personally know the struggles and sacrifices that my mother and I faced in our journey to becoming Naturalized U.S. Citizens. Everyone has their own unique experience in this path, but it is extremely satisfying to see lives changed everyday and to be a part of people’s journey in this process.
I graduated with my Bachelor of Arts degree from Mount Holyoke College in 2014 and went on to get my Master of Arts in Biblical Studies in 2019. Prior to joining 360 Immigration Law Group, I worked as a Designated School Official (DSO) for over four years and gained invaluable experience in the intricacies of the F-1 Student Visa and the regulations surrounding the U.S. government’s Student and Exchange Visitor Program. This experience deepened my love and passion for immigration, and for helping others pursue legal pathways to achieving their dreams in the United States.
Making the transition into being a Legal Assistant at 360 Immigration Law Group was one of the best decisions I made in my professional career. I am extremely blessed to be a part of this team, being led by the Attorney Jamile Moraes Pellicer. It is gratifying to work for a Law firm that actually cares about their clients and works tirelessly to assist them in navigating the oftentimes stressful and uncertain U.S. immigration system. In these challenging times, having an ethical, professional, detail-oriented team is essential in achieving success in the path of legalization. I am honored to be a part of this team.
LANGUAGES: English (Fluent), Portuguese (Fluent),
My name is Andressa Ibraim Meerbott, a Legal Assistant at 360 Immigration Law Group.
I was born Vitoria, Brazil and moved to the United States in 1999 when I was 8 years old. I am the baby in our family, so I was very protected and surrounded by love, but seeing my parents and older sister struggle with their immigration proceedings left a deep mark on me. I grew up in the South Florida tri-county area, surrounded by immigrants, and our family worked hard to keep in touch with our roots, never forgetting where we came from and the battles it took to get where we are today. In 2011, I made my family proud by becoming an American Citizen – the culmination of many years of struggle and sacrifice for them. My husband joined the military in 2015, and we now call Virginia our home base, with our small “zoo” (three cats and two dogs).
I sympathize greatly with the phrase: “no human being is illegal,” and I’m proud to call myself part of a team who not only fights zealously to represent their clients but understands on a deeper level the intricacies and difficulties of navigating the U.S. immigration system. When a client receives their green card, we see our joy reflected in their eyes – the joy of reuniting with their children or their families; the joy of finally being able to call this country “home” on paper, and not just in their hearts.
A good attorney is worth their weight in gold. Attorney Jamile and Attorney Yoel are exemplary professionals, dedicated and meticulous in their representation. Their wealth of knowledge and humanity is the backbone of 360 Immigration Law Group, and they strive to treat each case with passion, dedication, and diligence – and ensure that we never lose sight of our mission: to help families stay in the United States and realize their American Dream.
I love what I do, and I’m honored to be a part of 360 Immigration Law Group.
LANGUAGES: English (Fluent), Portuguese (Fluent),
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I love working at 360 Immigration Law Group because all my life I have been a person who loves to help everyone and, in the office, I am able to do that by making sure all the systems are working perfectly and implementing ideas and procedures that empower the team to focus on their work and they are able to provide quicker and most efficient service to our clients.
LANGUAGES: English (Fluent), , Spanish (Fluent)