Natallie is an Immigration lawyer. She has been working with the Cipolla Law Group since January 2014 where she received in-depth training under our principal lawyer Gerald Cipolla. While working as a team member of the Cipolla Law Group, she has worked on and become skilled in matters including family, employment and humanitarian based applications. As an immigration lawyer, Natallie continues to be a key team player at the Cipolla Law Group, providing excellent legal services to our clients. She has embraced the team approach of Cipolla Law Group of treating clients as she would want to be treated.

Natallie earned her law degree from the Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico, School of Law (J.D., 2010). As a law student, she interned for the Honorable Francisco Besosa and Honorable Jay A. Garcia-Gregory at the U.S. District Court for the District of Puerto Rico, where she performed legal research and drafted opinions on a variety of civil and criminal law issues. Natallie also holds an advanced degree in bankruptcy law from St. John’s University School of Law (LL.M., 2012). As an LL.M. student, she externed for the Honorable Elizabeth S. Stong at the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of New York.

Born and raised in the beautiful island of Puerto Rico, Natallie is bilingual in English and Spanish. Her multilingual capability and experience with federal courts allow her to provide excellent services to our diverse clientele at our law firm.

Outside the office, Natallie is a long-distance runner, avid reader, orchid enthusiast, and vintage vinyl record collector.


Commonwealth of Puerto Rico 2010 (Practice limited to immigration law)


Member of the Bar Association of Puerto Rico (BAPR)
Member of the American Immigration Lawyers Associations (AILA)


J.D., magna cum laude – Pontifical Catholic University (Puerto Rico)
LL.M., Bankruptcy Law – Saint John’s University, School of Law (New York)


B.A., Political Science and Latin American & Latino Studies – Fordham University (New York)


Fluent in Spanish and English