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Kelley Kronenberg Partner Sonia Oliveri Appointed to American Immigration Lawyers Association’s Business and Investment Committee in South Florida

August 21, 2018

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — Kelley Kronenberg, a diverse business law firm, announced that Partner Sonia Oliveri has been appointed to serve on the Business and Investment Committee of The American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), South Florida Chapter. AILA is a nonpartisan, not-for-profit organization that provides continuing legal education, professional services, and expertise relating to immigration law and policy, through its network of chapters and national committees. AILA South Florida is one of the association’s largest chapters, comprising more than 800 members.

“South Florida is a cultural hub,” said Oliveri. “The region attracts people from across the world who come here to conduct business with one another. I am honored to serve on AILA’s Business and Investment Committee in order to support these international business opportunities as well as other immigration lawyers within our community.”

The AILA Business and Investment Committee, which Oliveri has been appointed to serve on, is tasked with engaging with the media, chambers of commerce, the public and other legal professionals in communicating the latest in immigration law. Their goal is to shed light on the positive impact that international business has domestically, through a variety of events and partnering with various groups of interest.

Oliveri focuses her legal practice on Business Immigration, the EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program process, and Commercial and Business Litigation. She represents clients with both domestic and international interests concerning international/cross-border transactions and international estate matters. She is also the strategic U.S. partner with a preeminent business advisory law firm based out of Rome, Italy. Additionally, Oliveri is fluent in Italian, Farsi, Spanish, French, Portuguese and English, which will help her connect with more communities in her new role.