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I grew up in a State Department family. My father was with the State Department, so I lived in Latin America in various different countries. I was born in Bolivia, lived in Argentina, Venezuela, and Honduras.
When I decided that I wanted to pursue the law, I wanted to make sure that I was going to be working with people, not with entities so to speak, so that naturally brought me to the interest I have in immigration law.
I decided that I should use my Spanish and my knowledge of the Latin American culture to get into that community and see how I could help people in the Latin American community. With people you can always find something you can relate to somebody else, being able to find out what makes them tick, what their background is, what their life has been like, that keeps you interested in the subject that surrounds you, which in this case would be immigration law.
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