Charles Christopher Tyrrell – Mr. Tyrrell is a partner and founder of the firm. He was born and raised in Louisville, KY. Mr. Tyrrell graduated with an engineering and math degree from Vanderbilt University, and then spent about a year in New York City working with a major law firm on an antitrust case. He then attended the University of Miami in Florida, where he obtained his law degree.
After graduating from law school, Mr. Tyrrell spent eight years representing various companies, including cruise lines and insurance companies, in civil court. In 2009, he began practicing immigration law, using his litigation skills in an immigration context. He has helped artists, gymnasts, musicians, and various entrepreneurs obtain visas and green cards based on their investments or their expertise in their particular field. Mr. Tyrrell has represented clients in immigration court, during naturalization and green card interviews, and prepared numerous clients for their consular interviews.
Mr. Tyrrell is passionate about immigration law for several reasons. His paternal grandfather, a former British diplomat in China, immigrated to the United States in the 1950s. As such, Mr. Tyrrell is a second-generation immigrant. Mr. Tyrrell’s grandfather taught him a valuable lesson in life. Although his grandfather was a British diplomat and a graduate of one of the most prestigious universities in the world, when he immigrated to the US, Mr. Tyrrell’s grandfather started over again, taking an entry-level position at a department store. It was him willingness to work hard that allowed him to eventually become an executive for the company.
If you would like to schedule a consultation with Mr. Tyrrell, please contact him at email@example.com or call us or send a WhatsApp message to (305) 433 7677.
Leonardo S. Nina is an Ecuadorian lawyer with a Master Degree in Occupational Health and Safety. He has been certified in International Trade Negotiations from Florida International University and has close to twenty-five years of experience in International Relations, Human Rights, and Occupational Health. In 2003, Mr. Nina served as the Ecuadorian Consul to Miami, focusing on the protection of human rights.
Mr. Arzumanian was born in Russia, but came from Armenian descent. When he was a teenager, his family immigrated to the United States, first settling in California. When he was eighteen years old, Mr. Arzumanian began his career as an entrepreneur. Living in Colorado, Mr. Arzumanian owned several medical treatment and diagnostic facilities. He then saw an opportunity to help ski resorts and other companies nationwide in process of legally hiring seasonal workers from overseas. Over the years, David’s program allowed close to 1,000 seasonal workers to work legally for US employers.
Mr. Arzumanian eventually moved to Florida, where he met and worked with several immigration attorneys by helping them find clients and gathering the documents necessary to prepare the visa request. Mr. Arzumanian also helped many of his clients create and manage their own US based businesses, eventually becoming a co-founder and managing partner of several multimillion-dollar enterprises.
Mr. Arzumanian has over fifteen years of experience working with foreign nationals to find the the optimal way for them to invest, legally enter and remain in the US. He also has worked with them on obtaining permanent residence through the EB5, O and L1 visa processes, worked with clients on investor E2 visas, and helped many others seek temporary work visas through the H2B and J1 process. Mr. Arzumanian has experience placing his clients with the right businesses, as he seeks to truly understand and help his clients. He has Florida and Georgia real estate licenses and can legally help investors find and purchase existing businesses. Mr Arzumanian is also certified by the Franchise Broker Association, which allows his clients to locate nationwide franchise opportunities.
Mr. Arzumanian is married and has a daughter. Feel free to reach him at firstname.lastname@example.org or (305) 710-1488.
Asami Becker is a business associate of Tyrrell Law. As with many of the associates with the firm, Mrs. Becker has gone through her own immigration process and knows the value of working with the right team. Born and raised in Japan, Asami immigrated to the United States in 2014. Before immigrating to the US, Mrs. Becker worked for the city government in Ibaraki, Japan for 5 years assisting Japanese citizens living abroad with their taxes. Working with these individuals, she found the passion and understanding that it takes to help individuals live and succeed in a foreign land.
Asami holds a real estate license in the state of Florida and has experience with various financial and accounting matters. These skills will help her clients navigate the various options presented for investment opportunities in the US. She is here to help you as you make decisions to immigrate and invest in the US. Mrs. Becker can be reached at email@example.com or via phone and WhatsApp at (954) 551-0675.
Brenda Talia works with us as Charles Christopher Tyrrell’s assistant. She manages Mr. Tyrrell’s calendar and assists him with all clients. She is completely fluent in English and Spanish, providing interpretation and translation services, as needed. Brenda excels in customer service, listening to our clients and providing solutions based on recommendations from Mr. Tyrrell. She cares deeply for our clients and will care deeply for you.
Feel free to reach her at firstname.lastname@example.org or (+54-9) 11 3989 9575.
Mr. Ferreyra Romea has extensive experience in all types of legal matters. For several years, he worked in leading law firms and companies in Argentina and abroad and has been recognized for his leadership by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office of the Government of the United Kingdom.
His work area focuses on civil and commercial law, advising individuals or companies in the legal structuring of their businesses or in the face of legal conflicts. He has extensive experience in corporate, contractual, antitrust and banking and financial regulations and is available to assist you in any and all Latin America business endeavors.
He has published several articles on his area of expertise and has been an assistant professor of Private International Law and Civil Law at the University of Buenos Aires.
He is a Lawyer graduated from the University of Buenos Aires (Graduated with Honors), Master in Business Law from the Austral University (Scholarship based on Academic Merit, Graduated with Honors) and Master in Law from the London School of Economics and Political Science, United Kingdom (LSE) (Scholarship and distinguished with Magna Cum Laude qualification). He participates in leadership positions in Volunteering Activities in Argentina and was Founding President of the Competition Law Society at the London School of Economics and Political Science, where he currently holds the position of Special Counsel and Ambassador for Latin America. Mr. Ferreyra Romea is fluent in English, Spanish and Portuguese.
For more information on Mr. Ferreyra Romea, please visit his website at http://www.ferreyraromea.com/