Dayana M. Duran M. is originally from Venezuela. Her native language is Spanish, and she is very passionate about the legal field. Since she was a kid, she figured out that she wanted to become a lawyer. Her interest led to her obtaining a law degree in Venezuela where she practiced law before immigrating to the U.S.
Dayana moved to the U.S. in November 2018, and since then she has maintained interest in learning about the U.S. laws. As an immigrant herself, she gravitated to immigration law, and she wanted to help people to take the best option in achieving their immigration goals.
She enjoys reading biographies and romantic novels, she also loves to write, working out and learning something new.
Prior joining CFUIS, she obtained her bachelor’s degree in Law, from Carabobo University, Venezuela in 2011, and her master’s degree as Specialist in Labor Law, from Santa Maria University, Venezuela in 2016. Her goal is to become a U.S. Lawyer and practice her profession again.
Experience with the Center for U.S. Immigration Services (CFUIS)