Vlada Samatova is an Associate Immigration Attorney at Latorre Law Firm. Mrs. Samatova has assisted hundreds of clients in the preparation and filing of family-based and DACA petitions, as well as petitions for Removal of Conditions, applications for naturalization and employment authorizations. Mrs. Samatova also has extensive experience in representing clients in their removal proceedings in front of Immigration Courts. Mrs. Samatova has successfully represented many clients in their Asylum and Cancellation of Removal cases. Mrs. Samatova is frequently appearing before the Charlotte Immigration Court, and has also represented clients in Orlando and Lumpkin Courts. As an immigrant herself, Mrs. Samatova understands and appreciates the worries and hardships her clients have to go through.
Mrs. Samatova received her Juris Doctor Degree from Charlotte School of Law in 2015 and she is a member of the North Carolina Bar. While in Law School, Mrs. Samatova interned at various law firms, and volunteered at a Non-profit agency. She has also been actively involved in the community and pro-bono opportunities all throughout law school.
Mrs. Samatova has completed her undergraduate degree at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, with a major in Communication Studies and a minor in Spanish. Ms. Samatova is currently working on perfecting her Spanish, and she is not only fluent in English, but is also native in Russian.
Mrs. Samatova moved to USA from Russia in 2008 with a desire to obtain higher education from a US college and subsequently Law School. During her educational period, she fell in love with Charlotte and is now proud to call it her new home.