CHRISTINA DILBONE, ESQ.
Christina Dilbone is an attorney with Mona Shah and Associates Global.
Christina specializes in EB-5 investments, SEC and EB-5 compliant project documents. Her experience includes working in immigration law and international development within both law firms and intergovernmental organizations. Before joining MSA Global, Christina worked at the International Peace Institute’s United Nations office in New York, an independent not-for-profit think tank that conducts research, produces publications, and convenes meetings in many parts of the world on UN peace operations and sustainable development.
Christina is trained as a Legal Observer for the National Lawyers Guild, with whom she volunteered and worked on the Know Your Rights project, which endeavors to educate the public on their legal rights throughout criminal judicial proceedings. She also conducted extensive research for human rights scholar Berta Esperanza Hernández-Truyal on the current trends of U.S. states to use RFRA-like statutes.
Christina received a Bachelors in Sociology and International Development/Humanitarian Assistance with a certificate in International Relations from the University of Florida in 2015. She graduated from the University of Florida’s Levin College of Law in 2019, acting as the Student Body Representative to the International Programs Faculty Committee from 2017-2019. Christina also holds a Treaty Law and Practice Certificate from the United Nations Office of Legal Affairs and was recognized for her pro bono work at the International Development Law Organization (IDLO)’s United Nations Permanent Observer office in New York.
Christina is admitted to practice law in Florida. She is a member of the New York Bar Association and American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA).