Associate attorney Alberto Lugo Royo received his Juris Doctor degree from Florida Coastal School of Law. During law school, Alberto volunteered at the Refugee Immigration Project in Jacksonville Florida and also helped organize Citizenship Day, a pro bono event where the applications for naturalization for over 100 permanent residents were prepared and submitted. Alberto eventually became a Senior Clinician at the Florida Coastal School of Law Immigration and Human Rights clinic, where he worked on immigration cases for indigent clients. During his final semester, Alberto was an intern at the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina in Sarajevo where he wrote appeals to the European Court of Human Rights in the war crimes context.
Before joining Arce Immigration Law, PA, Alberto worked in an immigration firm in Orlando, Florida where he handled investment and extraordinary ability cases, in addition to naturalization, adjustment of status to lawful permanent resident and others.
Alberto was born in San Juan, Puerto Rico and was raised in Central Florida. His hobbies include kayaking, paddle boarding, history, travel and languages. Alberto speaks English, Spanish, French and Portuguese.