Originally from Guatemala, Jennifer knows firsthand what it’s like to go through the immigration system as she is a proud naturalized citizen of the United States. Her work as an immigration attorney is not only her profession, but, also a deeply personal commitment to helping individuals understand their rights and their limitations under U.S. immigration law. She is a 2009 graduate of Northeastern School of Law in Boston, Massachusetts. Her past professional experiences include an internship with the Executive Office of Immigration Review (Boston Immigration Court) where she drafted decisions under the supervision of the court’s Immigration Judges. Since law school, Jennifer has gained several years of valuable experience. From 2009 until 2016, she worked as an associate for the law firm of Barker, Epstein, Loscocco & McHaffey in Boston, MA and the Hacking Law Practice in St. Louis, MO. In 2016, she became a partner at Biesenthal & Gray, LLC. Currently, Jennifer provides legal counsel and representation on matters including but not limited to: permanent residency (green cards), naturalization, removal of conditions (Form I-751), family based visas for family members overseas, fiance visas, change of status/extension of status, and extreme hardship waivers. Her work brings her in constant contact with the St. Louis Field Office (part of U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services). She has successfully represented individuals in filing Motions to Reopen and appeals to the Board of Immigration Appeals. Jennifer prides herself on her attention to detail and communicating with her clients. She believes in strong advocacy on behalf of each of her clients.