Lizbeth was born in Zacatecas, Mexico, and moved to the U.S. when she was 5. She obtained her bachelor’s degree in Comparative Cultures and Politics with a minor in French from Michigan State University (M.S.U.). At M.S.U., she engaged in multiple pro-immigrant activities, including joining the Culturas de las Razas Unidas (CRU) organization on campus as an e-board member regularly engaged in pro-immigrant activism. Also, she volunteered with the Lansing Refugee Development Center and assisted in teaching refugees English and mentoring them through cultural differences
Lizbeth has always been passionate about immigrant justice and giving a voice to the voiceless. She feels it to be her duty to defend the immigrants that highlight this country’s greatness and the policies that have made the amount of diversity we’ve become accustomed to possible. She has drawn from her personal experiences, which motivates her to assist families in the overwhelming immigration processes in an empathic and efficient manner.
Lizbeth currently handles different types of USCIS and removal cases, including Naturalization, Adjustment of Status, Relative/Spousal Petitions, EOIR-42B or I-589 applications, and call-ups packages. Her hobbies include traveling, cooking, longboarding, reading, and watching documentaries/foreign films.