Ms. Esquire has been a great group, and special due to being mostly ladies, which brings a different vibe. Some of the activities we do during our monthly meetings bring the members closer to one another which is great. Also, all members are phenomenal and intelligent business owners, people you want to relate to and be around.
Courtney Rineer focuses solely on business and family immigration with offices in downtown Orlando and clients all over the U.S. and the world. She helps American employers sponsor employees for work visas and green cards, investors come to the U.S. to establish companies, and students transition from the classroom to a visa that allows them to work. She graduated cum laude from New York Law School in 2004 and worked for five years in a boutique immigration law firm in New York City focusing on all aspects of business and family immigration but especially focused on employment-based green card applications (also known as PERM).
A solo attorney for her first several years in Orlando, Courtney launched Magnolia Immigration Law in 2019 and currently has a staff of four. An active member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) since she was a law school student, she is a passionate Board Member of the nonprofit organization, Orlando Center for Justice, which bridges the gap in access to immigration services. She also volunteers with local non-profit organizations, including Legal Aid, to provide immigration services to those in need.