Beatriz Osorio is an associate in Gunster’s Immigration practice group.

As a member of the firm's Immigration team, Beatriz counsels multinationals, financial management and banking organizations, health care systems, technology companies, hotels/resorts, professionals and individual investors on a wide range of their immigration needs.

She is involved in the preparation of employment based nonimmigrant and immigrant visa petitions, such as Investor Visa Applications, Professional/Specialty Occupation Petitions, Intracompany Transferee Petitions, Extraordinary Ability Petitions, Physician-Specific Immigration Applications/Petitions, Labor Certification Applications and Consular Visa Applications. She also participates in counseling employers regarding their compliance with U.S. immigration laws.

Beatriz has exclusively dedicated her career to practicing immigration law. In addition to business immigration matters, she also has experience handling family based petitions and removal matters.

As a Colombian native, Beatriz is fluent in Spanish and English, and frequently handles matters which are conducted and documented in Spanish. Her multi-cultural background adds depth to her understanding of the experiences of foreign nationals in the U.S. immigration processes.

Beatriz has been recognized by Chambers & Partners as an "Associate to Watch” in immigration law.

  • Chambers & Partners, "Associate to Watch," Immigration (Florida), 2018
  • Member of Gunster's immigration law practice ranked "Band 1" by Chambers USA, 2014-18
  • Nova Southeastern University, Shepard Broad Law Center
    • Book Awards: International Sales & Arbitration; Constitutional Law I; and Civil Pre-Trial
    • Moot Court Honor Society, Board Member and Competitor
  • “Legal U.S. Immigration Considerations for Foreign Investors in the New Era of President Trump”, Sarah Lea Tobocman, Mariana Ribeiro, and Beatriz Osorio, Private Briefing for Multinational Investment Bank and Financial Services Company, Miami, Florida, scheduled for October 2018
  • “The New Era of Broadened Immigration Enforcement: Employment Eligibility Verification,” Sarah Lea Tobocman and Beatriz Osorio, Private Immigration Briefing to Multinational Leading Asset Manager, Miami, Florida, September 2018
  • “The New Era of Broadened Immigration Enforcement: Employment Eligibility Verification,” Sarah Lea Tobocman, Mariana Ribeiro, and Beatriz Osorio, Private Immigration Briefing to Public Company and its subsidiaries involved in Critical Infrastructure, broadcast from Miami, Florida, July, August, and September 2018
  • “The New Era of Broadened Immigration Enforcement: Employment Eligibility Verification,” Sarah Lea Tobocman, Mariana Ribeiro, and Beatriz Osorio, Private Immigration Briefing to Private Company Property Manager, Cleveland, Ohio and Palm Beach, Florida, August 2018
  • “What You Need to Know about Immigration Sponsorship for Foreign National Allied Healthcare Professionals and Physicians” Sarah Lea Tobocman, Mariana Ribeiro, and Beatriz Osorio, Lee Health, Fort Myers, Florida, May 2018
  • “The New Era of Broadened Immigration Enforcement: What You Need to Know About Immigration Sponsorship of Foreign Nationals for Foreign National Allied Healthcare Professionals and Physicians,” Sarah Lea Tobocman, Mariana Ribeiro, and Beatriz Osorio, Lee Health, Fort Myers, Florida May 2018
  • “Consideraciones Legales para Empresas e Inversionistas Colombianos Sobre Las Leyes de Inmigración de los Estados Unidos en la Nueva Era del Presidente Trump”, Sarah Lea Tobocman and Beatriz Osorio, Gomez Pinzon Zuleta Law firm, Bogotá Colombia, June 2017
  • “The Top 10 Issues All International Medical Graduates Should Know About Physician-Related Immigration Law,” Beatriz Osorio and Sarah Lea Tobocman, Private Seminar, May 2017
  • “The New Era of Broadened Immigration Enforcement: What You Need to Know About Immigration Sponsorship of Foreign Nationals & Employment Eligibility Verification,” Sarah Lea Tobocman, Jay Carmichael, and Beatriz Osorio, the Florida Human Resources Council Spring Meeting, April 2017
  • “Feeling Pushed Up Against the Wall? Current U.S. Immigration Climate Demands That U.S. Employers ‘Think Outside the Box’,” by Mariana Ribeiro and Beatriz Osorio, International Law Quarterly, Volume XXXIIII, no.2, Spring 2017
  • “Employment-Based Visa Sponsorship for the Hospitality Industry: What you Need to Know," Gunster’s Immigration practice group presented to South Florida Hospitality Human Resources Association, February 2016
  • “Visa Options for Residents, Interns and Physicians,” Gunster’s Immigration practice group presented to Memorial Healthcare System, S. Broward Hospital District, June 2015
  • “Consideraciones Legales para Empresas e Inversionistas Mexicanos Sobre las Leyes de Inmigración de los Estados Unidos,” Sarah Lea Tobocman and Beatriz Osorio of Gunster presented in collaboration with Rodríguez-Rivero & Hurtado, Mexico City, July 2016.
  • International Medical Graduate Taskforce, 2017-present
  • American Immigration Lawyers Association
    • CBP AILA South Florida Liaison committee, 2016-17
    • AILA South Florida Business and Investment committee, 2015-16
    • AILA South Florida Entertainment committee, co-chair, 2015-16
  • Globalaw Leadership Program, 2016
  • Cuban American Bar Association, 2012-14

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