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Mario Musil

Mario Musil

Portland Oregon Immigration Lawyer 503-210-9100
  • Immigration Law
  • Florida
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Summary

Attorney Mario Musil received his undergraduate degree in Business Management from Florida Gulf Coast University in 2005. The following year, Mr. Musil obtained his MBA from FGCU as well. To fulfill his childhood dreams of becoming a lawyer, Mr. Musil went on to study the law at Florida State University, where he earned his Juris Doctorate degree in 2008.Mr. Musil started his legal career while still in law school, externing as a Legal Intern for the Office of The State Attorney, where he successfully tried numerous cases. His experiences there sparked a desire to help people in difficult situations and an eagerness and enjoyment in conducting trial work.After graduating law school, Mr. Musil went on to work at the Criminal Conflict and Civil Regional Counsel’s Office, where he represented hundreds of clients in matters ranging from the simplest of crimes and civil dependency issues to some of the most severe crimes. Shortly after beginning to work at the Regional Counsel’s Office, Mr. Musil established a part-time private law firm, Southwest Florida Law, handling various civil and criminal issues in Southwest Florida. As word quickly spread about the law firm, Mr. Musil resigned from the Regional Counsel’s office and founded The Musil Law Firm, where he now represents clients with various needs throughout the State of Florida.Having been through numerous experiences, Mr. Musil understands the needs of his clients and continuously strives to provide the levels of service that he himself would expect from an attorney.In his pastime, Mr. Musil enjoys spending time with his family and friends. He enjoys Florida’s water, sailing and never gives up an opportunity to try an extreme sport or a thrilling new ride at a theme park.

Practice Area
  • Immigration Law
Additional Practice Area
  • Immigration
Fees
  • Free Consultation
  • Credit Cards Accepted
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Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
Florida
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Federal Circuit
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Languages
  • Czech: Spoken, Written
  • English: Spoken, Written
  • Slovak: Spoken, Written
  • Spanish: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
Attorney
The Musil Law Firm
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Attorney
Criminal and Civil Conflict Counsel
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Certified Legal Intern
Florida State Attorney's Office
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Education
Florida State University College of Law
J.D.
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Florida Gulf Coast University
MBA (2006) | Business / Finance
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Awards
Top 100 Trial Lawyers
The National Trial Lawyers
Professional Associations
Brevard Bar Foundation
President
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American Immigration Lawyers Association
Member
- Current
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Brevard County Legal Aid
Volunteer Attorney
- Current
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Brevard County Bar Association
Attorney Member
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Brevard County Bar Foundation
Attorney Member
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Websites & Blogs
Website
Portland Oregon Immigration Lawyer
Website
Portland Oregon Immigration Lawyer
Blog
Immigration Lawyer Blog
Legal Answers
16 Questions Answered

Q. Will I have complications obtaining marriage greencard with 2 dwi
A: Criminal arrests can affect your eligibility. You should have an experienced attorney review your record with you to determine what affect it will have on your ability to adjust status. The new form I 944 inquiries into your prior tax filings and you should also discuss this with a lawyer to come up with the best strategy going forward.
Q. How do you define a Natural Born Citizen?
A: This question leaves much to interpretation. However, it is my belief that one born outside the USA, born to US Citizens, is eligible to become a US President.
Q. Can a permanent resident enter the US without a green card but using a combo card?
A: Once your green card is approved, your parole document or EAD card are no longer valid. You will need to show your green card to re-enter the US.
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Contact & Map
The Musil Law Firm - Portland Oregon
Portland Immigration Lawyer
621 SW Morrison Street
Suite 1437
Portland, OR 97205
Toll-Free: (877) 706-8745
Telephone: (503) 210-9100