Chief Executive Officer​

Maritza Delgado

Maritza Delgado Identifies herself as a Latina immigrant born in Venezuela. Maritza feels immense passion to help the development and policies in the Immigration field. She strives to assist those helpless victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and eradication of gender-based violence.

Maritza graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Law in Venezuela in 2005 at the Catholic University from Táchira and later received her master’s degree in Corporate Law in 2007 at the Metropolitan University, both in Venezuela where she practiced her profession for more than 15 years.


Her professional experience in the recent times includes more than 5 years of assisting Immigrants with their immigration procedures. Her heart is set on helping especially those survivors of domestic violence and Asylum seekers. She keeps updated on the changing Immigration laws and procedures by constantly enrolling and completing Immigration courses such as Asylum, Humanitarian visas, DACA, TPS, Citizenship, Waivers and family applications, among other many certifications.

Executive Director

Carolina Ronsano

Born in Uruguay, immigrated to Miami, Florida with her mother and father as a young child. Attended all her school years in Miami, Florida. Having spent her whole life in South Florida, she is familiar with the legal landscape and knows how the Immigration system operates. Carolina has been working in Immigration Law firms for many years.

Helping Immigrants has always been her passion. She understands the obstacles that Immigrants face and how complex the Immigration system is. She has years of experience in navigating the complex immigration system and keeping up with the Immigration Laws. Her strong hand is helping victims of abuse under the Violence Against Women ACT (VAWA). She brings experience along with enthusiasm. She is now married and a mother of two children.

Human Rights Expert Program Manager

Nahomie Jean Louis

Born and raised in Miami by Haitian parents. Nahomie grew up surrounded by immigrants in South Florida. Shortly after graduating from Saint Thomas University, Nahomie moved to Spain, where she pursued a degree in the International Protection of Human Rights Law. After completing her studies, she relocated to Brussels were she worked as an intern writing reports regarding Roma Rights for the European Commission. In 2018, she moved back to Miami and has since been managing am immigration law firm. Studying, researching, and helping disadvantaged groups has always been a passion for Nahomie throughout her career.

Legal Counsel

Helen Gallego, Esq.

Mrs. Gallego has practiced law in Miami, Florida since 2008. She has experience in many areas of law, but it is her passion in immigration law that has given her the most rewarding purpose in her career. Having been an immigrant myself, she understands that the immigration process can be stressful and confusing to anyone not familiar with immigration law. Thus, her commitment to you is to do everything she can to achieve the best outcome in your immigration case.


Mrs. Gallego represents clients in matters in state and federal courts in the following areas: employment-based immigration, family-based immigration, naturalization, and removal.


Mrs. Gallego is fluent in Ilocano and Tagalog.


Ivette Petkovich, Esq.

Is a seasoned Miami criminal defense attorney, family law attorney serving clients throughout the state of Florida.


Born and raised in Miami, Attorney Petkovich attended the University of Miami where she earned a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration. She received her Juris Doctorate degree from the St. Thomas University School of Law, also in Miami. She is now a married mother of two with a private law practice in Miami-Dade. Having spent her life in South Florida, she is familiar with the legal landscape and knows how courts operate statewide.



Attorney Petkovich began her career as a prosecutor in the DUI Division at the Miami-Dade State Attorney’s office. Her extensive trial experience as a prosecutor includes more than 40 jury trials, during which she gained intimate knowledge of the inner workings of the criminal justice system. In her final year as a prosecutor, she served as a Special Prosecutor in the office’s Economic Crime’s Unit Insurance Fraud Division. Since starting her own private practice in 2010, she has remained active and aggressive in courtroom trials. In 2012, she won an acquittal for a home health care physician accused of Medicare fraud over the course of a six-week trial. In emphasizing her client’s skills and efforts as a physician to provide personalized, compassionate, and adequate care through home visits for frail and homebound patients, she persuaded the jury that her client should be found not guilty.  In 2016, she secured a hung jury twice in the same murder case involving complex issues of self-defense and property rights.  Attorney Petkovich does not give up. She continues to fight zealously on behalf of clients charged or indicted in both federal and state court. Since 2012, she’s been working divorce, custody, and paternity cases collaboratively, with empathy, and with an eye toward achieving the best possible outcome without the overburdening of financial resources and the unnecessary drama that often comes with family law litigation.

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