Sonia Oliveri is a Partner at Kelley Kronenberg, a national, full-service law firm located in Fort Lauderdale, focusing her practice on Business Immigration (EB-5) and Commercial and Business Litigation.
Prior to joining the firm, Sonia worked as an Associate Attorney for a major immigration investment firm where she gained vast experience in business immigration, employment-based applications, business and investor visas, business agreements, establishing corporations, employment and commercial lease agreements, and contract negotiations. She also advised individuals, businesses, and regional centers on EB-5 compliance issues and complex U.S. immigration and nationality issues.
Sonia also represents clients with both domestic and international interests concerning international/cross-border transactions and international estate matters and is the strategic U.S. partner with a preeminent business advisory law firm based out of Rome, Italy.
Sonia earned her Juris Doctor degree, Summa Cum Laude, from Roma Tre University in Rome, Italy before moving to the United States. She was selected to receive a dual Juris Doctor degree through a partnership between Roma Tre University and Nova Southeastern University, Shepard Broad College of Law. Sonia was one out of three students to be awarded admission into the dual degree program, which provides a full scholarship to the recipient. Sonia earned her second Juris Doctor, Cum Laude, from Nova Southeastern University, Shepard Broad College of Law in the United States. While obtaining her U.S. law degree, Sonia served as a senior member of the International Citator and Research Guide (ICRG) where she authored three articles: The Legal System of Haiti; The Legal System of Peru and The Legal System of the Commonwealth of the Bahamas; all to be published on HeinOnline. While at Nova, Sonia earned a spot on Dean’s List for two consecutive years.
Sonia is fluent in Italian, Farsi, Spanish, French, Portuguese and English.