Sarah has practiced immigration law exclusively since 2003. Sarah has focused on working with immigrants and their families through Naturalization, family-based petitions and applications, waivers, consular processing, asylum, VAWA claims, Special Immigrant Juvenile (SIJ) claims, and U visas. She is a seasoned litigator with many success stories before US Consulates abroad, USCIS, in Immigration Court and the Board of Immigration Appeals. Sarah graduated from the University of Colorado School of Law where she served as the National Association of Public Interest Law (NAPIL) Equal Justice Fellow at the Alaska Network Against Domestic Violence, as the President of the CU Law Chapter of the National Lawyers Guild, and as a Sorrows Fellow for work at the Law Center for Women in Prison. After a year of practicing immigration law, Sarah rode her bike from San Francisco, CA to Tijuana, MX – the “reverse migrant trail” – where she met with immigrant activists and community groups and stayed at a migrant shelter in Mexico for recent deportees from the United States. She regularly volunteers for Rocky Mountain Advocacy Immigrant Network (RMAIN), enjoys all things mountain, including split boarding and ultra-running, and spending time with her family.