Immigrant Justice Corps Fellow
Immigrant Children & Youth (ICY) Program
Alejandra joined GHIRP as an Immigrant Justice Corps (IJC) Fellow after moving from Illinois to Texas to begin her legal career. Working as a victim advocate motivated Alejandra to go to law school. Once in law school, she knew she wanted to devote time to practicing immigration law as part of her career because as an immigrant who navigated the immigration process, it was important to her to pay it forward. That's why Alejandra is honored to be working with the Galveston-Houston Immigration Representation Project to help minors have access to legal representation through the Immigrant Children & Youth Program.