Susana Rocha, was born in La Guaira, Venezuela, daughter of Portuguese parents who arrived there in search of prosperity after the aftermath of poverty left by World War II and in flight from the dictatorial regime of Salazar-Portugal. She is characterized by a personality of foresight, serenity, open-mindedness and feelings of devotion to others.
She began her first studies at Colegio San Vicente de Paul, a Catholic school, where she did all her primary and high school; one of the best schools in Vargas State, where she was instilled very strong, humanitarian and Catholic-Christian values; her continuous search for equity and solidarity to the weakest pushed her to want to be a lawyer.
After graduating with a Bachelor of Science degree, he immediately began his studies at the University where he began his law studies, which he completed in 2002, obtaining his law degree at only 22 years of age.
As he was getting into the knowledge of law he was inclined to the criminal branch, he was passionate about the search for justice for the victims, he dreamed of a “true rehabilitation” of the offender and longed for a safe environment for the citizen, that was how he entered the criminal legal system acquiring his work experience in the criminal field in the Criminal Judicial Circuit of the Metropolitan Area of Caracas, Palace of Justice of Caracas. Venezuela. She started at the age of 20 as Court Assistant until she reached the position of Office Secretary.
When suddenly life offered him a different path and God blessed him.
Her husband was transferred to the United States as an executive of a transnational company under an L1 employment visa. It was then that he emigrated to the United States with a view to a more prosperous life, with new goals and many expectations. It was through an L2 Visa that she was able to settle in the United States with her husband. Years later they obtained their Legal Permanent Residency and later the long awaited dream of becoming American Citizens.
Once settled in the United States and while they undertook their projects in this country, the desire to practice the profession of which she feels so proud to be part of remained latent in her, however it was not until she had to fulfill certain stages according to God’s plans that she became part of this great team of Abg. Marcela C. Rodriguez ESQ. as Legal Assistant to the Attorney at Law, this time innovating in the field of Immigration, a very humanitarian matter that was perfectly suited to her search for Social Justice and solidarity with others.
In summary, Susana Rocha describes herself as a person longing for a world of solidarity and justice, and considers that if life is a road to be traveled, she will seek Justice in “her duty to be” as the right path and will embrace Justice as a way of life.
Susana Rocha was born in La Guaira, Venezuela. She is the daughter of Portuguese parents, who emigrated there in search for prosperity after the poverty left behind by War World Two and to escape the dictatorial regime of Salazar-Portugal. Her personality is characterized by one of foresight, serenity, open mindedness, and a devotion to service for others.
She began her studies in the school, Colegio San Vicente de Paul, Private Catholic School, where she completed middle school and high-school. It was one of the best schools of the State of Vargas , and it was where they instilled on to her Christian values of ferrous humanitarianism. Her continual search for equality and solidarity for the poor prompted her to become an Attorney.
After she graduated with a high-school diploma in the sciences she immediately entered the University where she began her law studies, which culminated in the year 2002 when she obtained her title as an Attorney at just 22 years of age.
As she advanced through her law studies she became more and more inclined with the criminal law area, she grew impassioned searching for Justice for the victims, she dreamed of “true rehabilitation” for victims, and she longed for a safe environment for citizens. This was how she entered the Criminal Justice System acquiring experience in the criminal field at the Criminal Judicial Circuit of the Metropolitan Area of Caracas, Palacio de Justicia de Caracas, Venezuela. She began working there when she was 20 years old as a Tribunal Assistant until she was promoted to the position of Office Secretary.
Then, suddenly, life offered her a different path with God’s blessing.
Susana’s husband was transferred to the United States as an executive for a multinational company under an L1 visa. She immigrated to the United States of America hoping for a more prosperous life, with new goals and many expectations. It was through her L2 visa that she was able to settle down with her husband in the United States. As years went by, they obtained their Legal Permanent Residence and the long-awaited dream to become a United States Citizen.
Once they were established in the United States and while they undertook their projects in this country, a latent desire to exercise the profession she is so proud to be a part of, continued. However, it was not until she completed certain stages, according to the will of God, that she was able to be a part of this great team of Marcela C. Rodríguez Esq. as the Legal Assistant of the Attorney, this time in the field of Immigration, a very humanitarian field that perfectly suited her search for Social Justice and solidarity for others.
To conclude, Susana Rocha describes herself as a person longing for a world of solidarity and justice, and she considers that, if life is a passage that must be travelled, she will search for Justice as the correct path, and she will embrace it in her way of life.