Neil Rambana, notable Tallahassee-based immigration attorney was recently inducted into the Alumni and Friends Hall of Fame by the Tallahassee Community College Alumni and Friends Association. Nominations to the TCC Alumni and Friends Hall of Fame are solicited from the entire community each year and honorees are then selected based on professional achievement, service to society, and service and support to the college. Neil is one of only nine notable alumni to receive this prestigious honor this year.
Neil St. John Rambana is originally from the West Indies and started at TCC when he was just 16. He earned his Associates Degree and matriculated to FSU where he received Bachelor’s Degrees in English and Political Science and a Masters in International Affairs. Rambana earned his law degree from Nova Southeastern University Shepard Broad Law Center.
Rambana now concentrates on complex immigration and deportation defense with almost 20 years of experience. He previously served as a Congressional Liaison for the American Immigration Lawyers Association, and currently serves as Treasurer for the Tallahassee/St. Maarten Sister City Foundation, on the Board of Directors for Lighthouse of the Big Bend, as a member of the Governors Club Board of Directors and a Senior Warden at the J. Edwin Larson Lodge.