Miki is a bilingual paralegal passionate about immigration advocacy who works closely with attorneys to support clients in a wide range of employment and family-based immigration needs.
Miki has experience assisting asylee and other new immigrants with permanent status and naturalization applications, as well as non-permanent relief matters such as temporary protected status, work authorizations, and deportation stays. She comes from an international background in the non-profit sector and enjoys working with Mandarin speaking and other English as a Second Language (ESL) clients.
Miki takes an empathetic, client-centered approach to immigration work and is dedicated to providing the highest level of care for her clients.
- Bowdoin College, B.A.
- Lydia Bell Award for Initiative in Public Service, Joseph McKeen Center for the Common Good, 2023
Civic & Professional
- U.S. Department of State Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, Critical Language Scholar, 2023
- Immigrant Legal Advocacy Project, Legal Program Fellow, 2022-2023
- Maine Volunteer Lawyers Project, Client Intake Interviewer, 2019-2023
- Asian American Civic Association, Housing Counselor, Translator, 2021
- Longcreek Youth Development Center, Resident Volunteer, 2019-2020