Robin received her law degree from the Northeastern University School of Law in Boston, Massachusetts and her Bachelor’s degree in Government and Legal Studies from Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine. She is a member of the Massachusetts Bar.
Robin represents clients in family and humanitarian-based immigration matters, as well as removal proceedings. Specifically, Robin leads clients through consular processing, adjustment of status applications, I-751 waivers, naturalization applications, U Visa petitions, DACA applications, and affirmative and defensive asylum applications.
Robin’s commitment to immigration law stems from her experience working in Quito, Ecuador in 2008. Robin worked as a Volunteer Legal Advocate and the Vice Director of Asylum Access – Ecuador, and assisted Colombian asylum-seekers obtain legal status. Robin went on to work as an immigration paralegal assisting attorneys with family-based immigration law and removal defense at the Law Offices of Joshua L. Goldstein, PC in Boston, Massachusetts. During law school, Robin held various internships, including at Michael Greenberg Law, a solo-practitioner’s office focusing on criminal immigration matters; at Political Asylum/Immigration Representation (PAIR) Project, a non-profit organization that assists detained immigrants and asylum applicants; at the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office – Appellate Unit; and at the Boston Immigration Court.
Prior to joining Becker & Lee LLP, Robin worked at a non-profit organization in Santa Clara representing low-income immigrants who are victims of crimes with U Visa petitions, VAWA petitions, and Adjustment of Status applications. Robin also previously worked at Fragomen, Del Rey, Bernsen, and Loewy LLP where she gained experience in employment-based immigration. Robin is an active member of the Federal Bar Association and has been the Chair of the Immigration Law Section – Younger Lawyers Division since 2014. Robin is fluent in oral Spanish and proficient in written Spanish.