Tulio G. Suarez
Senior Associate, Practice Area Chair - Fort Myers Office

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Direct Dial: 239.344.1177
Direct Fax: 239.344.1523

Tulio Suarez brings over 17 years experience representing immigrants, professionals, foreign investors, and businesses in all areas of United States Immigration and Nationality Law. He is one of few Florida Bar Board Certified Immigration and Nationality Lawyers providing expert strategies to assist clients in all areas of immigration law, including foreign investment, international adoption, family and employment based immigrant and non-immigrant visas, removal (deportation), asylum, citizenship, and hiring of foreign nationals.

Tulio is admitted to practice in all Florida state courts, the United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida, the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit and the United States Supreme Court.

Tulio previously served as an instructor at Florida International University, College of Continuing and Professional Studies, teaching U.S. Immigration and Nationality Law to paralegals and foreign attorneys.

Tulio resides in Cape Coral. When not working, he enjoys reading, cycling and technology.



Professional and Civic Affiliations

Tulio is active in the local community and is a member of Board of Directors for United Way of Lee, Hendry and Glades Counties and Catholic Charities for the Diocese of Venice. He also serves on the Advisory Board for Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Venice, District II. Tulio also serves Florida Bar Immigration & Nationality Certification Committee.

Tulio is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) and former director of AILA’s South and Central Florida Chapters. While serving on the board of the AILA Central Florida Chapter, Tulio served as Education Chair for the Chapter’s Annual CLE Seminar. Tulio is also the former AILA liaison to the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services’ West Palm Beach, Florida office.

Published Opinions

  • Evans v. Ireland et. al., 707 So.2d 1135 (2nd DCA 1998)