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Elizabeth V. Roeckell


*Licensed in New York (State and Federal Southern and Eastern Districts) and Connecticut, only. Exclusively practice immigration law.

Elizabeth V. Roeckell was born and raised in New York. She attained her Bachelor of Arts at Colgate University in 1987 where she majored in Political Science and minored in Education. Her exposure to Political Science led her to pursue law, graduating with her Juris Doctor in 1991 from Western New England University School of Law. Elizabeth is fluent in Spanish and English, and proficient in Italian.

She initiated her career as an Assistant District Attorney in Bronx County, where she tried many cases and became a Supervisor in the Grand Jury Bureau. Subsequently, she moved into private practice working in several major law firms in New York City and Westchester County. She tried many personal injury cases ranging from automobile accidents to products liability. Elizabeth eventually opened her own practice in New York practicing criminal defense, personal injury, and family law. Her experience and exposure to different areas of the law led her to become interested in immigration law.

After many years practicing law in New York, Elizabeth made a move to Florida. At Angel Law Firm, PL, Elizabeth is in charge of immigration matters, from consultations and file preparations to all court, ICE, and USCIS appearances. She leads her staff through her experience in the preparation of asylum applications, naturalization applications, request for evidence responses, adjustment of status, and motion practice. Elizabeth’s true passion is trying cases and being in court. She feels fortunate to be able to represent her clients in all sorts of immigration cases and is truly humbled when she can assist her clients and obtain the benefit being sought.

Elizabeth enjoys getting to know her clients at a personal level and championing their fight. She is undeniably dedicated to providing her clients with the representation they deserve in their immigration matters.