WIDALIS MUÑOZ, ESQ.
MUÑOZ LAW FIRM
121 S. Orange Avenue, Ste. 1500
Tel: 407-850-8121 - Fax: 407-982-7181
Widalis Muñoz earned her Bachelors Degree from John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York City in 2001. During that time, she studied abroad in Japan to learn Japanese language and culture and how to effectively do business internationally. Soon after graduating from college, Ms. Muñoz attended Barry University School of Law in Orlando, Florida where she graduated in 2005. While at Barry University, Ms. Muñoz was a member of the moot court team and competed in the prestigious Jessup International Moot Court Competition.
Throughout her educational and professional career, Ms. Muñoz has worked in a variety of positions within the legal system. Some positions included: working for a women's non-governmental organization where she was part of multi-level decision making process within the United Nations; she has also worked as a law clerk for a Matrimonial Judge. She also worked for a Real Estate Law Firm/Title Company and as a Bankruptcy Attorney at a Law Firm right here in Orlando.
Ms. Muñoz has represented numerous clients and has a wealth of legal knowledge. That is why she founded Muñoz Law Firm, so that she can represent people in different areas of the law and at all levels of litigation and protection. Ms. Muñoz understands how emotional and important each case can be for clients and as a result, she strives to give unparalleled attention to her clients and to detail in each and every case.
-Middle District of Florida
-Southern District of Florida
-American Bar Association
MUÑOZ LAW FIRM IN THE COMMUNITY
*On July 1, 2010, the Vital Statistics Office of the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico began issuing new, more secure certified copies of birth certificates to U.S. citizens born in Puerto Rico, because of a new Puerto Rico birth certificate law. After September 30, 2010, all certified copies of birth certificates issued prior to July 1, 2010, will become invalid. After September 30, 2010, USCIS will not accept any certified copies of Puerto Rico birth certificates (PRBC) issued before July 1, 2010 for the purpose of establishing eligibility for immigration benefit petitions and applications.
La Prensa Newspaper organized a free event to help Puerto Ricans in the community fill out the correct forms to obtain the new more secure certified copies of their birth certificates as a result of an amendment to a law in Puerto Rico. Widalis Muñoz donated her services to help people affected by this change in Puerto Rican Law.
*Source: US Citizenship and Immigration Services 7/2/10