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Celina Hernandez

Celina Hernández

Legal Assistant

My name is Celina Hernández. I am from El Salvador and I am currently studying my senior year of Law School at Universidad Tecnológica de El Salvador. I obtained a scholarship in high school focused on English and computers, and later on, I received a Human Rights diploma from the Attorney General’s Office in El Salvador. 

What inspired me to want to become an immigration lawyer in the United States is that I have had some relatives go through financial difficulties in El Salvador and they tried to seek better opportunities in the United States. I watched how they struggled with the immigration process, both mentally and physically. That is the reason I know that the immigration process can be a difficult situation that affects us all as a society, but my goal is to keep working hard on improving my skills to help people in need of quality immigration assistance. I am glad to be part of the Shirazi Immigration Law team as a virtual assistant because I am sure that I will be able to assist our clients with ethics and professionalism to guide them through their immigration journey. I also look forward to attending law school in the United States upon completion of my law degree in El Salvador to complete my LLM (Masters of Laws) in order to take the American bar exam so that I can realize my dream of becoming a US Immigration Lawyer.

The team at Shirazi Immigration Law is recognized as a top law firm and I am so excited to learn immigration law from one of the best of the best law firms and lawyers, and one that serves the community with professionalism, honesty and ethics. I hope that one day I can be an attorney with the firm in order to help the firm grow to positively touch the lives of many more people than they have already served so well. I am proud that I was chosen to work at Shirazi Immigration Law and I look forward to serving our clients with excellence. 

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