Attorney Corvaia is admitted to practice by the Florida Bar. She is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), AILA Committee Asylum Division member, AILA DMV (Driver's License) Committee Member, and a member of the American Bar Association of the Florida Bar.

Attorney Corvaia is also an immigrant; she was born and raised in Venezuela before her family migrated to the United States in 1996. She knows the difficulties and trials immigrants must undergo to live, work, and study legally in the country. Because of her experiences as an immigrant, attorney Corvaia is dedicated to helping and providing legal services to immigrants.

Attorney Corvaia has years of experience in preparing and making petitions for families, workers, and employees before the Department of Homeland Security. She helps families reunite, represents clients in deportation cases, and helps foreign businesses become established in the United States. She also helps clients with their immigration requirements and visa applications and has also assisted numerous skilled workers and professionals work in the United States legally.

Attorney Corvaia completed her Bachelor of Arts degree in international relations, and graduated magna cum laude from Florida International University in 2005. During her undergraduate career, she was also a member of various honor societies, such as the Golden Key International Honor Society, Phi Kappa Phi National Honor Society, and Tau Sigma National Honor Society. After completing her undergraduate studies, she studied law and received her Juris Doctor degree at St. Thomas University School of Law in 2011. While in law school, attorney Corvaia served as editor-in-chief of the Intercultural Human Rights Law Review, and as a legal representative in the well-known St. Thomas University School of Law Immigration Clinic.

Attorney Corvaia speaks Spanish fluently.