Cindy Del Rosario
Cindy started her legal career as an immigration attorney after law school in 2014. She attended the University of California, San Diego for her undergraduate degree in political science and history and she earned my law degree from Lewis & Clark Law School. She practices civil litigation and immigration law. Her immigration law includes removal defense and family-based immigration law such as petitions, naturalizations, DACA, adjustment of status, removal of conditions on green cards. She also works with victims of crimes and domestic violence to apply for immigration benefits such as U visas and VAWA applications. She also works with criminal defense attorneys to craft safe pleas to preserve immigration benefits.
Her passion for immigration law stems from her own experience immigrating to the United States when she was about 14 years old. This experience propelled her to study law and utilize her own personal experience to help others navigate a very complex area of law. She have also been involved doing advocacy work as the advocacy liaison for the Oregon Chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers’ Association (AILA). She has participated in clinics to help DACA recipients renew their DACA status and refugees to apply for their green cards.
Outside of work, She would usually go on hikes with her dog or play tennis at local courts all over Portland.
Cindy is fluent in Filipino.