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Attorney Adriana F. Urtubey

Attorney Adriana F. Urtubey graduated with a Bachelor of Science and a Masters in French from the University of Guelph in Canada. She earned her Juris Doctorate from Charlotte School of Law in May of 2014. Adriana's work experience in both the U.S. and Canada, as well as her language skills, provides her with a global perspective that enables her to adapt to diverse environments and empathize with foreign nationals from different cultures.


Adriana is member of the North Carolina State Bar, Mecklenburg County Bar Association, the South Carolina State Bar, the Law Society of Ontario, the American Bar Association, and the American Immigration Lawyers Association.

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Attorney Adriana F. Urtubey is the founder of AU Law PLLC, where she concentrates her practice representing clients in Immigration Court for numerous forms of relief. Adriana also represents clients on family based petitions for green card and citizenship interviews at U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service field offices nationwide. A passionate litigator and advocate, Adriana has a wide range of experience with family based Immigrant Petitions, Naturalization applications as well as Employment Based Petitions. In addition to representing clients on a wide range of immigration matters, she also advocates for clients in State Court for Child Custody in support of Special Immigrant Juvenile Status (SIJS).

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Adriana worked as an associate at Fragomen's Toronto office, where she helped clients navigate the evolving U.S. Immigration landscape, including matters related to Nonimmigrant Visas, Permanent Residence and Citizenship. She primarily assisted corporate and individual clients with U.S. consular applications.


Adriana also worked at the Court of Appeal for Ontario for a panel of four appellate court justices and senior counsel. She gained valuable research and legal writing experience while providing bilingual judicial support to the justices.

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