Meet Rachelle R. Grand-Pierre
Rachelle R. Grand-Pierre, Esq. is the daughter of brave, hardworking Haitian immigrants. Growing up, she saw firsthand how immigrants selflessly dedicate themselves to providing better lives for their families. For this reason, Attorney Rachelle has a passion for fighting for immigrants to have the ability to live, love and work in the United States the way she has been blessed to do.
Attorney Rachelle received her Bachelor of Arts degree in English (Creative Writing) at the University of Central Florida. She earned her Juris Doctor at Barry University where she was a member of the inaugural class of the Collaborative Family Law Clinic. Attorney Rachelle is licensed by the Florida Bar and is eligible to practice immigration everywhere in the United States. She currently serves as the Orlando Regional Vice Chair of the American Immigration Lawyers Association – Central Florida Chapter where she acts as a liaison between the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services and local immigration attorneys.
Attorney Rachelle speaks fluent English and Haitian Creole.