Friday, October 7, 2011

Judge Pedro A. Miranda Joins Pozo Goldstein Gómez & Miranda, LLP

Miami – October 5, 2011:  Pedro A. Miranda, an Immigration Judge for the Miami Immigration Court from 1994 until recently, has joined Pozo Goldstein Gómez & Miranda, LLP as a partner.  The former judge presided over immigration court hearings as part of the Executive Office for Immigration Review. He will work in the firm’s Coral Springs and Miami offices.

“We are thrilled to have former Judge Miranda join our firm,” said Ada Pozo, a partner with the firm and a former Miami-Dade County judge. “His experience as a veteran judge and a seasoned attorney will be a great benefit for the firm and the clients we represent.”

Miranda has more than 35 years’ experience as both an Immigration Judge and an attorney.   From 1988 until he became a judge, Miranda served as an attorney for the United States Department of Justice, Immigration and Naturalization Service representing the government in adversarial immigration proceedings.

Earlier in his career, Miranda was a partner with a well-established law firm in San Juan, Puerto Rico. There he appeared before the local courts, the United States District Court, and the United States First Circuit Court of Appeals.

Miranda began his career as an attorney with the Puerto Rico Department of Justice. In that role he represented the government in adversarial proceedings before local courts.

He is admitted to practice before the Puerto Rico Supreme Court, the United States District Court for Puerto Rico, the United States First Circuit Court of Appeals, and the DC Court of Appeals.

Miranda earned his law degree from the University of Puerto Rico School of Law and a Bachelor’s degree also from the University of Puerto Rico.


Pozo Goldstein Gómez & Miranda, LLP is a South Florida-based law firm focusing on immigration and criminal defense matters with offices in Miami, Weston, Coral Springs, New York, Orlando, and Philadelphia.  For more information, visit or call (305) 856-0400


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