Claudia P. Moreno-Diaz, a U.S. immigration attorney with a Juris Doctor degree from the University Externado de Colombia, a Diploma in Commercial Law from University Externado de Colombia, a Diploma in US Legal System from University El Rosario in Colombia and a Master in International Law (LLM) from American University in Washington, D.C. Licensed attorney in Colombia and before the Supreme Court of the State of Louisiana in the United States of America. Member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association and mentor of law students at the Southeastern Nova University in Florida on how to navigate the practice of law as a business that requires a professional and ethical preparation to be successful. Also a Mentor of students in the preparation of professional interviews and how to successfully enter to professional law market once studies are finalized. Volunteer on the preparation of cases for unaccompanied minors entering the United States at the Association of Americans for Immigration Justice. She has written several articles in different media in the United States and has been a speaker in seminars on Immigration in Colombia, Chile, and Uruguay.For over 15 years, Claudia has advised hundreds of multinational companies on their transfer of executives, managers and essential employees, as well as U.S. companies on the hiring of foreign professionals in different areas. She has also represented foreign investors opening companies in the United States and creating employment. She represents individuals with extraordinary abilities and qualifications in different areas suchas entertainment, music, plastic arts, television, film, photography, sports and business, among others, to work temporary or permanently in the United States.

Claudia represents clients before the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, the U.S. Department of Labor and the U.S Department of State, advising clients on different type of non-immigrant visas such as E-2 (Investor), E-1 (Trading), L-1A/L1B (Manager/Executive/Essential Employee), H-1B (Professional), H-1B1 (Professionals of  Chile andSingapore), O-1 (Talent), P-1 (Entertainment/Sports), TN (Free-Trade Agreements), E3 (Australian Professionals), F-1 (Students), as well as Immigrant Visas such as family-based petitions, EB-11 (Extraordinary Abilities), EB-5 (Investment of Entrepreneur), EB-12 (Executives/Manager), PERM (Foreign Labor Certifications), EB-2 (Graduates), EB-3 (Professionals and work experience) and Naturalization process. Claudia also prepares Business plans for visas E-2/E-1, L-1 and EB-5.