Tamar K. Gelin                

Tamar Gelin obtained her Juris Doctorate degree from Barry University School of Law in 2012 and her B.S. in Legal Studies from Saint John's University in May 2009.  During her time at Barry University, Ms. Gelin worked with the school's immigration clinic defending immigrants in removal proceedings before the U.S. Immigration Court and preparing visa applications for submission to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.  In addition, Ms. Gelin was a law clerk and legal intern for an Orlando-area firm aiding with civil litigation cases.

After graduating from law school, she practiced for two years handling many civil litigation matters in both State and Federal court in the areas of family law, business law and immigration.

In addition to her Florida bar admittance, Ms. Gelin was sworn in as member of the New York state bar in June 2015.  She became a proud member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association in Sept. 2015.

Ms. Gelin was born in New York but raised in Palm Beach County, Florida where she currently resides.  She is of Haitian descent and is fluent in both French and Haitian Creole.


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