I was born in Nogales, Sonora and immigrated to Phoenix, AZ with my parents when I was just four years old. In November of 2012, I received Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals for the first time. My vision was to help other DACA applicants become more informed about DACA and the immigration process. In 2014, I began to work for attorney Joshua De La Ossa as a legal assistant and have been part of De La Ossa & Ramos, PLLC since then. I worked in the immigration program for The Arizona Dream Act Coalition in 2016 as the DACA Program Coordinator. My major duties consisted of informing the community about DACA, assisting DACA applicants, and training volunteers. I also had the opportunity to attend various immigration law training that allowed me to better understand the immigration system. Through ADAC, United We Dream, and One Arizona, I have been able to learn about immigration advocacy, community organizing, and leadership development. My goal is to continue my education and to obtain a Juris Doctorate in law. I hope I am able to continue to help our community and become a resource in immigration law. Outside of immigration advocacy, I enjoy participating in my church’s youth group, attending art shows, and doing freelance photography.