Sarah’s experience includes humanitarian and employment-based immigration, and family law.

Sarah has an undergraduate degree in Political Science with minors in Legal Studies and Spanish from the University of St. Thomas, St. Paul. She also has obtained a certification from American University Washington College of Law for the CLE course: Spanish for Lawyers.




  • Asylum/Withholding of Removal
  • Cancellation of Removal
  • DACA
  • EADs
  • Advance Parole
  • Administrative Closure/Deportation defense
  • Adjustment of status
  • U‑visas
  • Fiancé and family petitions
  • Special Immigrant Juvenile Status and related family petitions
  • Hardship and Unlawful Presence Waivers
  • Consular processing
  • Temporary Protected Status
  • H‑1B Visas for Specialty Occupation Workers
  • L‑1 Visas for Intracompany Transferees
  • E‑3 Visas for Specialty Occupation Workers from Australia
  • TN Visas for NAFTA Professionals
  • O‑1 Visas for Individuals with Extraordinary Ability or Achievement



  • Mitchell Hamline School of Law, J.D. expected 2024
  • University of St. Thomas, B.A., 2019



  • GWC Ross Scholarship for Political Science, University of St. Thomas, April 2018

Civic & Professional


  • Volunteer Lawyer’s Network, Volunteer Interpreter, 2019-present
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