Zaira earned a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Georgia College & State University. While earning her degree, she worked in the office of a solo practitioner in the metro Atlanta area. She gained valuable, hands-on experience in family law, criminal law, and worker’s compensation law prior to her legal education.
Zaira worked for several firms throughout the Atlanta area while earning her law degree at Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School. Zaira discovered her passion for immigration during law school. Later in her training, she clerked at an immigration firm in Atlanta, Georgia. Zaira also worked in the Fulton County Public Defender’s Office in the Complex Case Division. In 2011, Zaira founded Solano Law Firm with a focus on immigration law to serve the Latino community. She believes in providing honest representation and educating clients throughout the process.
Born in Georgia and raised in Alabama, Tanya enjoyed a wonderful childhood with her parents and two sisters, as they spent summers traveling and discovering history all over the world and the school year exploring North America, by visiting national landmarks and attending theatre, opera, and symphonies throughout the country. This experience inspired Tanya to make a difference in the world.
After graduating law school, Tanya’s heart was drawn towards helping immigrants, one of this country’s most under-served and discriminated against populations. Therefore, she decided to move to Costa Rica to learn Spanish. After hundreds of hours of Spanish instruction and immersion, she returned to the United States and began working with the Hispanic population.
Juan was raised in Dayton, Ohio, the son of Mexican and Cuban immigrants. He earned his Bachelor of Arts in Spanish and Latin American Studies from Miami University of Ohio. While at Miami University, Juan worked firsthand with the Hispanic community as an after-school tutor for underprivileged Hispanic children. Witnessing the hardships these children and their parents faced inspired Juan to attend law school, and serve the Hispanic community as an attorney. Juan graduated from Emory University School of Law in 2016.
Juan had the privilege of working for various immigration firms and non-profits while attending Emory University School of Law. These experiences gave Juan exposure to nearly all aspects of immigration law. As an attorney at the Solano Law Firm, Juan handles all types of removal defense as well as family-based visa petitions and U visa applications.
Rachel Roberts was born in San-Fernando, Trinidad & Tobago. In December 1999, she immigrated to the United States with her parents and two brothers. She is a naturalized U.S. Citizen. Attorney Roberts is of a multi-cultural background.
In 2009, Rachel graduated summa cum laude from N.C. State University with a B.A. in Religious Studies. In 2012, she graduated from Liberty Theological Seminary with a M.A. in Theological Studies. Attorney Roberts’ childhood dream to become an attorney became a reality when she graduated magna cum laude from Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School.
While attending law school, Rachel received several awards for her outstanding performance in several courses. She received the CALI student award for Legal Writing, Research and Analysis I & II, Constitutional Law I, Criminal Procedure, Immigration Law, and Domestic Relations. Attorney Roberts also received the Custer Tuggle Award for her outstanding performance in Domestic Relations. She received the Book Award from the Dean of her law school as a result of being the recipient of several CALI student awards.