Mayra Rodriguez-Arias

Attorney at Law

Mayra Rodriguez-Arias, is an experienced attorney who obtained her law degree from the City University of New York, School of Law in 2007. She is a bilingual (Spanish/English) attorney, duly admitted and in good standing to practice law in Florida and New York State.

She obtained her undergraduate degree from Skidmore College with a double major in Business Administration and Government Affairs and a double minor in Spanish and International Affairs. During college, Ms. Rodriguez-Arias immersed herself in European culture by studying abroad for a semester in Madrid, Spain. In nearly a decade of practicing law in New York and Florida, she has represented immigrants, children, the elderly and other vulnerable groups. She practiced Special Education and Disability Law for many years where she represented children with special needs and ensured that her clients received a Free and Appropriate Public education or funding from the school district to obtain an appropriate private school education. As she immigrated to the United States as a child with her parents and siblings, Ms. Rodriguez-Arias has a special empathy for the needs and concerns of immigrants and their families.

Ms. Rodriguez-Arias concentrates her practice at SilzerLaw in Family-Based Immigration and Family Law.



Juris Doctor
City University of New York, School of Law

Bachelors in Business Administration and Government Affairs

Skidmore College, New York

Professional Affiliations

The Florida Bar

The New York Bar


Immigrant from the Dominican Republic


Fluent in Spanish and English


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