Edith has always had a passion for serving the community. At a young age, Edith witnessed the struggles of immigrant communities and knew she wanted a career path supporting immigrants. During her undergraduate studies at Willamette University, Edith interned with CAUSA, Oregon’s Immigrant Rights Organization, where she learned about the importance and power of advocacy and civic engagement. In law school, Edith took advantage of all the opportunities she had to learn about immigration law. She interned with the Executive Office for Immigration Review (Immigration Court), the American Bar Association Immigration Justice Project, and local law firms. During law school, Edith also participated in the Immigration Clinic providing supervised pro bono representation to an asylum seeker. Upon graduating from law school, Edith worked with the American Bar Association Immigration Justice Project where she assisted detained immigrants through its Legal Orientation Program.
During her time with the firm, Edith has assisted clients with all types of family and employment based matters. She possesses experience with non-immigrant and immigrant petitions, including PERM, H-1B, L-1, O-1, E-1/E-2, TN, and EB-1 petitions.
Edith graduated cum laude from Thomas Jefferson School of Law in San Diego and is admitted to the California State Bar. Edith is also a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association. During her spare time she enjoys traveling with her family.