Mary de Rosas has over 20 years of experience as a paralegal in the field of immigration, with over 13 years primarily with employment-based work. Her overall experience includes family-based, EB-1, religious workers, U, T, asylum, and VAWA humanitarian cases, and removal defense.
She assists attorneys with all facets of the immigration process, with the goal of making the process as seamless and transparent as possible for clients. Mary speaks conversational Spanish and is passionate about the contributions immigrants make to the United States.
Certificate in Paralegal Studies, University of Washington, 2001
B.A., French, College of the Holy Cross, with Honors
Memberships & Affiliations
- Member, Peacemaking Circles for Racial Justice
- AILA Citizenship Day, 2010, 2011, 2017, 2018
- Member, El Salvador Sister Parish Committee, St. Joseph Parish
- Volunteer, New Beginnings Shelter
- Dismantling Racism Training, The People's Institute Northwest
- U Fundamentals and Advanced Issues in U and T Nonimmigrant Visas, Immigrant Legal Resource Center
- Know Your Rights Training, Colectiva Legal del Pueblo
- Pro-Bono Legal Volunteer Training, Immigrant Families Advocacy Project
- Senior Paralegal, Christoffersen Law, Seattle, 2015-2021
- Paralegal, Cowan Miller & Lederman, Seattle, 2007-2015
- Paralegal, Gibbs Houston Pauw, Seattle, 2001-2007