Rosemary Hyrila

Since her beginning at the firm in July 2017, Rosemary has transitioned from caseworker to paralegal. Though she has lived her entire life in Michigan, she has always been fascinated by other cultures and international affairs. This passion led her to pursue degrees in International Relations and Comparative Cultures and Politics at the James Madison College at Michigan State University.

During her studies at Michigan State, Rosemary invested her time in various organizations which supported the international community in the Lansing area including the Refugee Development Center and the Michigan State University International Student Ph.D. Program. She also studied abroad in Brussels, Belgium where she examined the European Union and the International Criminal Court.

Currently, Rosemary works with clients assisting them throughout the I-601, I-601A or I-212 waiver process.