Angie is a paralegal who assists attorneys in immigration matters. Her role includes interacting with clients on a daily basis, and working with them and the attorneys to prepare applications.
Angie graduated from the University of Washington in 2016, where she earned dual degrees—a B.A. in International Studies, and Spanish. Due to the lack of education in primary and secondary education that focused on Latin America, she decided to earn her degree in International Studies, with a focus on Latin American and the Caribbean. She wanted to learn more about her own culture and history.
She has intentionally tailored her volunteer work and professional experience to include working with the Latino population; having prior experience volunteering at the Consulate of Mexico in Seattle, volunteering at a non-profit that serves People of Color, and working at an immigration law firm in Seattle once graduating UW. Considering her educational focus, Latina background, and personal interests, Angie has always felt eager to serve the international and immigrant population and she believes she has the opportunity to do so here at our law firm.
Angie was born in California, but raised in the state of Washington. She loves the water, especially beaches so any chance she gets to travel internationally, more often than not, she chooses an island.