I was drawn to immigration law by my family’s experience and my passion for helping people.
I was born in the Dominican Republic. When I was about 4 or 5 years old, my mom and I moved to New York to join my dad, who was in the military. When I was in eighth grade, I helped my mom study for the naturalization civics test. Even though my mom became a U.S. citizen years ago, we’re still waiting for approval to bring my aunt and uncle here.
Before joining Alcorn Immigration Law’s distributed team, I worked as a paralegal in the immigration practice of a law firm in New York. I left that position and moved to Fort Hood, Texas, where my husband is stationed. I’m happy to bring my expertise to the Alcorn team and assist clients with their immigration matters.
When I’m not working, I love to travel! If I could travel the world for a living, I would. I also love reading, particularly adventure and fantasy novels, to escape real-world problems. I volunteer at an animal rescue, which allows me to take care of dogs without having to adopt them all.
Soy un hablante nativo de español.
Je parle un petit peu français.