Eduardo Soto is a leader in the practice of legal representation in the U.S. immigration system. He has been pursuing cases throughout the country's judicial hierarchy:
Department of Justice
Courts of Appeals
Deportation, litigations, appeals, citizenship, residency, visas, are just an example of all the immigration procedures he has defended over the years.
Juris Doctor – Miami, Florida
Florida International University
B.A. Psychology – Miami, Florida
Professional Associations & Memberships:
The Cuban American Bar Association
The American Immigration Lawyers Association
United States Court of Appeals:
Florida Supreme Court
United States District Court:
Middle District of Florida
Southern District of Florida
His practice includes the representation of Luis Clemente Posada Carriles versus the US Customs and Immigration Services agency in 2006; José Rodríguez-Portillo, a Salvadorian citizen mistakenly deported to his native country ; Maria Castillo, a Colombian citizen erroneouslydeported by USCIS as well.
Eduardo Soto currently anchors a news television program determined to give legal immigration advice. “How to immigrate to USA” airs in in MegaTV, Azteca TV and Televisión Venezuela in the city of Miami.
His knowledge of the US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) is so strong, that several television networks, radios, newspapers and internet portals have invited Eduardo Soto as special guest and commentator.