Gia Giudice Lands Immigration Law Job 3 Years After Joe’s Deportation – E! Online
Teresa Giudice‘s oldest daughter is ready to become Gia Giudice, Esq.
The 22-year-old Real Housewives of New Jersey star announced plans to start working for attorney Kathleen Martinez, an immigration lawyer offering services in all 50 states, after she graduates from Rutgers University this spring.
Referencing Elle Woods’ famous quote from Legally Blonde, Gia and Kathleen shared in a joint Instagram post on Jan. 31, “What? Like it’s hard? We are so excited to welcome @_giagiudice to the firm!! Welcome to @attorneymartinez / Martinez Immigration firm, Gia!”
Kathleen clarified in the comments that Gia “will be interning for us,” adding, “She wants to help immigrants more than people realize. Her heart is so big for that.”
Gia’s stepfather Luis “Louie” Ruelas shared a supportive message in the comments, writing, “Congratulations!! You look amazing! Super proud of you!”
News of Gia’s upcoming legal venture comes nearly three and a half years after her dad, Joe Giudice, was deported to Italy in October 2019 following his 41-month prison sentence for fraud.
Source link It has been three years since the former star of The Real Housewives of New Jersey Joe Giudice was deported to Italy after his lengthy legal battle against immigration laws, and now his daughter Gia is taking on the same fight. Gia Giudice has reportedly accepted a job as an immigration law clerk with a law firm in New Jersey, according to E! Online.
Gia, now 20 years old, previously announced she was studying to become a lawyer back in 2018. With the new job opportunity, Gia will have the chance to work directly with immigration law and potentially provide her father with support and guidance throughout the legal process as he continues to fight for his return to the United States.
In addition to her work with the firm, Gia will still be able to focus on her studies. According to the report, she is currently enrolled as a junior at Rutgers University with a major in Political Science and a minor in Italian. Gia has also expressed that she wants to attend law school in the future.
Gia has been an incredible advocate for her father, speaking out in the media and appearing in front of Congress to support her father’s interests ever since his deportation. She and her two sisters, Gabriella and Milania, have will continue to stand by their father throughout the entire process, and Gia’s new job will no doubt help them in the process.
It is clear that Gia is a dedicated and passionate individual who is highly committed to helping those in need. We wish her luck as she takes on this new job and applaud all of her hard work.