Enrique Nunez-Elorza was born in Santiago Chile, and emigrated with his parents to Atlanta GA, at the age of 7, through his mother’s H1-B working Visa. Three years later they moved to Miami FL, where they got their permanent residence and citizenship, he continued his education, and graduated from Christopher Columbus High School.
Mr. Nunez Elorza began his experience with construction in 2007 when he began installing decorative concrete floors during summers to pay for college. He graduated from Florida International University with a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science.
Then he came back to Atlanta and attended the prestigious Emory University School of Law and graduated with a Juris Doctor degree. He volunteered at Catholic Legal Charities and the Latin American Association helping low-income immigrants with immigration related issues. Back in Miami, he worked at the Miami Immigration Court through the U.S. Department of Justice’s Legal Internship program.
Mr. Nunez Elorza comes from a long line of professionals in Construction and Architecture, and has worked with a variety of specialists, including heavy machinery operators, skilled workers, floor installators, roofing, concrete installators, and developers.
He developed an interest in immigration after working with dozens of construction workers that needed immigration help, and business owners that lost key team members due to expiring work permits or green card revocations.
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