Veronica joined the firm in October 2013. She was born and raised in Cortazar, Guanajuato, Mexico, and is fluent in Spanish. She completed her education in Mexico, attending the Universidad Lasallista Benavente (ULSAB) in Celaya, Guanajuato in Mexico. Veronica is a licensed attorney in Mexico. Before coming to the U.S., she had her own private practice for a short time, as well as worked as the Assistant City Attorney for the city of Cortazar in Guanajuato.
Since she began working at our firm, Veronica has worked on a myriad of cases, including USCIS cases (1-steps, naturalization cases, DACA), I-751 cases, and bond cases in Immigration Court. While Veronica found herself working at our firm by chance, immigration has always been a socially salient issue in her life, since her home country is typically known for being a major source of immigrants to the United States. This, and the fact that she herself is an immigrant, motivated her to pursue work in the field of immigration law.