Pablo Cabrera, Esq.
Attorney Pablo Cabrera is native of Arecibo, in the North Coast of Puerto Rico. He is married and has two children.
Mr. Cabrera posses a Bachelor Degree in Economics from the University of Puerto Rico, graduating Cum Laude in 1991. He graduated form University of Puerto Rico Law School in 1994. Cabrera passed the Puerto Rico Bar Examination in 1994, being in the top 2% of all applicants for examination that year.
His first employment as a lawyer was for the Puerto Rico Criminal Public Defender Office (Sociedad Para Asistencia Legal). Afterwards, he focused on Civil Litigation, Torts and Liability Insurance Litigation, Corporations and Contracts Law in Puerto Rico for the next 5 years.
Very active with the Puerto Rico Bar Association in the earlier years of his professional career, Attorney Cabrera belonged to the Committee for the Evaluation of Judicial Appointees and to the Board of Trustees for the Puerto Rico Notary Bond Fund.
Attorney Cabrera concentrates to the practice of Immigration Law and Bankruptcy. He represents individuals, as well as corporate clients and institutions, in their business and employment petitions. In 2003 he decided to implement his professional vision in an independent law practice. Providing clients direct service and knowledgeable, cost-efficient legal solutions makes him and Cabrera & Associates, P.A. a respected and well-known name as Immigration Lawyers in Orlando, FL for more than two decades.
Pablo Cabrera is an active member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA).
Attorney Cabrera is admitted and in good standing in the following jurisdictions:
State of Florida
Commonwealth of Puerto Rico
U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida
U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida
U.S. District Court for the District of Puerto Rico
U.S. Court of Appeals for the First, Fourth and Eleventh Circuits
Attorney Cabrera writes articles regarding immigration law matters for newspapers in Puerto Rico and the United States and serves as guest commentator for TV and radio shows. He also speaks about immigration law matters in forums and town hall meetings across the southeastern United States.
Jeannette Alicea-Cabrera, Esq.
Attorney Jeannette Alicea-Cabrera is also a native of San Juan, Puerto Rico where she grew up. She is married and has two children.
Attorney Alicea-Cabrera earned her Bachelor Degree Psychology from the University of Puerto Rico in 1991, where she graduated Cum Laude. Consequently, she gradated from the University of Puerto Rico School of Law in 1994. Admitted to the Puerto Rico Bar since 1996 and practicing Administrative Law for over 20 years, she fights hard for her clients.
Initially, Attorney Alicea-Cabrera’s worked for the Department of Education of Puerto Rico where she prosecuted disciplinary procedures. Additionally, she was a member of the Bid Board for the construction of Public Schools. Representing the Department before the Puerto Rico State Legislature, she assisted in the drafting of regulations and policies that still in place today.
In 2003 she co-founded our firm Cabrera & Associates, P.A., immigration lawyers in Orlando, FL and devoted herself to practice immigration law. She also manages the business side of the practice.
Attorney Alicea-Cabrera concentrates in applications for I-601 and I-601A waivers of inadmissibility and petitions under the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA). Very active in her defense of victims of domestic violence, she assists women (and men) in getting out of abusive situations. She also handles PERM Labor Certification procedures for our foreign clients.
Attorney Alicea-Cabrera represents clients before both the USCIS and EOIR Immigration Court. Additionally she handles cases regarding other special legislation, such as T and U Visas, and Asylum or Withholding of Removal.
Matthew Chaban, Esq.
Attorney Matthew Chaban, is a Florida native, and attended high school at Forest Lake Academy in Apopka, FL. After finishing high school he went on to study Political Science at the University of Central Florida. His his parents Dr. Carlos Chaban and Leonor Chaban, have lived in Florida for many decades.
After obtaining his undergraduate degree, he attended Barry University School of Law, receiving his Juris Doctor degree. While at Barry law school he became collaboratively certified in family law, while attending its collaborative family law clinic.
Attorney Chaban is a member of the Florida Bar and fully bilingual in Spanish and English. He focuses his practice in personal injury cases and immigration law, criminal cases, and family law. Attorney Chaban is passionate about the law and always eager to take on even the most challenging cases.
Attorney Chaban enjoys playing golf in his spare time and spending time with his fiancé and his growing family.Rolando Sanchez, son of Roberto and Cary Sanchez, was raised in Orlando, Fl., attending Dr. Phillips Elementary School, Southwest Middle School and Dr. Phillips High School.