Andrea

Andrea was born and raised in National City, California. Both of her parents are immigrants who arrived in the U.S. in the late 70s and obtained Legal Permanent Resident status through amnesty. This is where her passion for working in the field began – the satisfaction of assisting people in immigrating to America and forging a new future for their families, thus realizing the American Dream. She has two siblings and is the oldest among them. Additionally, she has three wonderful children.

She pursued her education at Southwestern Community College, earning a Certificate of Achievement in Bilingual Paralegal Studies. Furthermore, she holds an Intermediate Certificate of Achievement in Interpretation and Translation. For several years, she volunteered as an interpreter in the Family department of the Chula Vista Superior Court.

Since 2015, she has been involved in the Immigration law field, working for various Immigration Law firms in San Diego. Currently, she is attending a university in Mexico, studying for a law degree with the aim of becoming an attorney in Mexico.

In her free time, she enjoys leisurely walks in the park or around the neighborhood. She also relishes watching Netflix with her family and delights in cooking. Andra is a paralegal at Amezola Legal Group, APC.