Consultora del Consulado Mexicano y Diocesis de Laredo, Miembro de American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA)
Attorney Nelly Vielma on Immigration Law. Nelly Vielma talked about her experiences practicing immigration law in Laredo, Texas, specializing in citizenship, deportation, and international cases.The entire June 1, 2016, “Washington Journal” program focused on immigration and the U.S.-Mexico border, with guests participating from Laredo, Texas.
Doctor of Jurisprudence (Law Degree) From St. Mary’s University, Cum Laude.
Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology.
Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice.
Bussiness Owner, Vielma Law Firm, 2006 to Present.
Councilwoman of Laredo City District 5
Chief Felony Prosecutor for Webb and Zapata County District Attorney’s Office.
Elementary School Teacher at United ISD.
Mental Health Manager at Border Region MHMR Center.
Grant Writer for City of Laredo Community Development and Economic Development Departments.
Current Continuing Legal Education Director and past Officer of the Webb County Bar Association.
Former Board Member of Casa de Misericordia, Domestic Violence Shelter.
Legal Aid Liaison and founding coordinator of the “Pro-Bono Social Justice Night Court”.
Founder and organizer of the Annual Summer Fun Fest for Victims of Crime and At-Risk Youth.
Board member of “Don’t Give Up!” –A local non-profit organization serving at-risk populations.
Consulting Attorney for the Regional Mexican Consulate.
Immigration Attorney for the Catholic Diocese of Laredo.
ACTS Pioneer for various Parishes since 2001.
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