Danielle obtained her J.D. from New York University School of Law and is a licensed attorney in the state of Texas. As an attorney for Catholic Charities of Southern New Mexico, Danielle handles deportation and special immigrant juvenile status cases.
Cristina is responsible for residency card renewals and naturalization cases. She is a notary public and accredited legal representative with the Executive Office of Immigration Review through the Office of Legal Access Programs. Cristina is a naturalized U.S. citizen, born and raised in Chihuahua, Mexico. In addition, she obtained a degree in information technology and computer systems. Cristina has worked for Catholic Charities for eight years.
Accredited Representative/Victims Advocate
Elizabeth brings more than 10 years of immigration paralegal experience to Catholic Charities. Elizabeth handles petitions for legal residency for crime victims and women covered by the Violence Against Women Act. She is bilingual and an accredited legal representative with the Executive Office of Immigration Review through the Office of Legal Access Programs. Elizabeth previously worked for La Casa Inc. as a domestic violence intake specialist.
Cecilia, a Roswell native, manages our Roswell Catholic Charities office. Cecilia has 25 years of previous work experience at Nancy Lopez Elementary School, as an instructional assistant and victims advocate.