Our Writers: Uriel Nicolás Fernández
- Writer and editor specializing in U.S. immigration law.
- Communication specialist for networks and digital media.
- Professor of History (University of Buenos Aires Graduate).
- Multicultural and bilingual approach
Training and Experience
Uriel Nicolás Fernández is a leading professional in the creation of content for the Latin American market. His career began with an enriching internship in freelance media writing as part of his academic training. Since then, he has specialized as a Copywriter in the field of U.S. immigration law.
Uriel reads, analyzes and compiles accurate information for Urbina Immigration Law, with the goal of keeping the Latino immigrant community informed with reliable and easy to understand content.
In addition to his work at Urbina Immigration Law, Uriel has collaborated with various organizations and media outlets, always committed to providing accurate and relevant information. His ultimate goal is to empower individuals through knowledge, helping them to make informed decisions and achieve their goals in the immigration process.
After completing his undergraduate studies, Uriel Nicolás Fernández is currently pursuing a Master’s degree in Medieval Studies at the University of Buenos Aires, specializing in the cultural approach.
As a complement to his training, he has a certification in Audiovisual Content Production. Likewise, he has extensive experience in the field of scientific and journalistic dissemination, acquiring strategic skills for the generation of high quality informative and persuasive content.
This combination of academic knowledge and professional skills positions Uriel as a promising talent in digital content creation.
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