ATTORNEY & CO-FOUNDER
Vivianna Stubbe is an immigration attorney and founding partner of the law firm Haratz & Stubbe, LLC. She represents clients with the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services, United States Embassies and Consulates, and Immigration Courts. In addition to family-based petitions and inadmissibility waivers, she has extensive experience in extraordinary abilities visas for artists, film industry staff and entrepreneurs (O-1 and EB-1), investor visas (E-2), and multinational executives or managers (L-1).
Vivianna did her undergraduate studies at Boston College and studied law at Fordham University Law School in New York. She has been a member of the Florida Bar since 2003. Prior to joining Haratz & Stubbe, Vivianna was an attorney at the Florida Immigrant Advocacy Center (FIAC), now Americans for Immigrant Justice, a Miami-based nongovernmental organization. At FIAC, she provided legal representation and trainings through the Lucha Project, where she represented immigrant victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, violent crimes, human trafficking, and other abuses.
She was also hired by the Department of Justice’s Office of Violence Against Women, the Florida Domestic Violence Coalition and the Florida Department of Children and Families to provide training on the rights and needs of immigrant victims. Prior to working at FIAC, she worked on immigration cases in New York City at Lincoln Square Legal Services and the New York Legal Assistance Group.
Vivianna is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) and Secretary and Member of the Board of Directors of VIDA Legal Assistance Inc.
She was born in Puerto Rico, where she lived until she began her university studies. She is fluent in English and Spanish.