Irving Joseph Gonzalez was born in New York, N.Y, on August 3, 1961. He attended Fordham University and received his B.S in 1983 followed by a law degree from Brooklyn Law School in 1987 He was admitted to the New Jersey Bar in 1987 along with the U.S District Court, district of New Jersey in 1989 and the Florida Bar in 1990 as well as the U.S District Court, Southern district of Florida and U.S Court of Appeals, Third and Eleventh Circuits.
Irving is also a member of the New Jersey Federal, State, American, and Hispanic bars. He has served on the Board of Directors for the YMCA of Hollywood (1993-1995) and was a Governmental Liaison for the Latin Chamber of Commerce of Broward County in 1995.
Irving practices Miami immigration law including naturalization and deportation. His vast experience in immigration law has been recognized by the media in both television and print and he has served as an advisor for Telemundo on the subject.
He also practices Business and Corporate law to help protect your rights and the rights of your company. From anything from contract negotiation to Securities and Corporate Restructuring, Irving advises corporate clients in order to help them succeed.
Irving serves as a Real Estate Attorney to handle any type of Real Estate transaction to ensure all parties involved are ethical and the transactions occur as smoothly as possible from escrow to closing.