Caroline Dreyfus is a founder of Dreyfus Law, where she practices in the areas of Immigration and Family Law. Ms. Dreyfus’ extensive experience includes representation in different Immigration Offices and Courts in Miami, New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut. Prior to establishing her own firm, Ms. Dreyfus worked for several immigration firms helping Americans to immigrate and travel abroad and international clients to immigrate and travel to the U.S.
Ms. Dreyfus received a Juris Doctor from St. Thomas University School of Law, and she was recorded on the Dean’s List for five consecutive semesters of attendance. She advised and supported other law students by becoming a tutor with the St. Thomas University School of Law Academic Support Department. Ms. Dreyfus was a Certified Legal Intern at the St. Thomas Immigration Clinic where she successfully tried several cases before the Department of Homeland Security. She was an active member of the Florida Association of Women Lawyers and served in the position of Treasurer in 2006. Ms. Dreyfus is currently a member of the Florida Bar and American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA).
Ms. Dreyfus was born in Brazil and schooled in Brazil, United States, Belgium, and France. She is fluent in Portuguese, English, Spanish, and French (written and spoken). Ms. Dreyfus’ language skills are essential and a great advantage in her work with international clients.