About the Law Office

Attorney Biography

Ms. González is originally from Matagalpa, Nicaragua. She holds a Bachelor's degree in Politics from Pomona College in Claremont, California. Ms. González also studied at the Fundacion Ortega & Gasset in Toledo, Spain.

During college, Ms. González had internships at the New York City Mayor's Office of African American and Caribbean Affairs, at The Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund (M.A.L.D.E.F.) in Los Angeles, CA and at The Tomas Rivera Policy Institute in Claremont, CA.

Ms. González received the degree of Juris Doctor from the University Of Washington School Of Law in Seattle, Washington in the year 2000. She was licensed by the Washington State Supreme Court in 2001 and is qualified to practice Immigration & Nationality Law throughout the United States.

During law school Ms. González volunteered with the Immigrant Family Advocacy Project and was part of the UW School of Law Immigration Clinic at the Northwest Immigrant Rights Project in Seattle, WA. She was a research assistant to professor Joan Fitzpatrick, a noted scholar  and advocate in the area of Human Rights Law. She interned at two law offices where she did research, writing and represented clients in court.

Ms. González provides legal advice and representation in the areas of Immigration and Nationality Law. Ms. González opened her own practice in 2004 in San Diego, CA after working for several Immigration Law Offices in Seattle and San Diego. In 2007 she moved her practice to Chula Vista, CA.

Ms. González has extensive experience representing clients before the Immigration Court and the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services, Department of Homeland Security. She handles bond hearings, removal proceedings, appeals to the Board of Immigration Appeals, Ninth Circuit Court and Administrative Appeals Office. She also handles asylum cases, consular processing issues, family based visas, fiancee visas, LGBT petitions, waivers, (green card) adjustments of status to lawful permanent residence, removal of conditions, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals  (DACA), U-Nonimmigrant visas, VAWA self-petitions, Paroles-in-Place, Advanced Paroles, Work Permit renewals, Humanitarian Paroles and Naturalization.

Ms. González has been a guest speaker on U Non-Immigrant Visas at California Western School of Law in San Diego, CA and at San Diego City College. She also presented at the Forum for Education Abroad on legal issues related to DACA students and study abroad. Ms. González does pro bono work, specifically at her alma mater, where she advises DACA students.

Ms. González is fluent in Spanish and has lived in Nicaragua, Spain and Italy.


Memberships/ Admissions

Washington State Bar, admitted 2001, Bar # 31404

United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit


J.D., University of Washington School of Law, 2000

B.A., Pomona College, 1995

Associations / Affiliations

American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA)

San Diego La Raza Lawyers Association



Biografía de Abogada

La Abogada González nació en Matagalpa, Nicaragua. Ella obtuvo el título de Bachelor of Arts en Ciencias Políticas de Pomona College en Claremont, California. La Abogada González obtuvo su titulo de abogada (Juris Doctor) de la Facultad de Derecho de la Universidad de Washington. Ella está autorizada para ejercer la profesión por la Corte Suprema del Estado de Washington. Está calificada para atender asuntos migratorios en todo el país.

La abogada González ejerce en el área de leyes de Inmigración y Ciudadanía. Ella ha trabajado para varios bufets jurídicos en Seattle y en San Diego. Ahora tiene su propia oficina en  Chula Vista, (Condado de San Diego), CA.

La abogada González representa clientes que se presentan ante la Corte de Inmigración y también lleva casos de apelaciones ante la Corte de Apelación de Inmigración (Board of Immigration Appeals).

La abogada González trata casos relacionados con United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (antes INS). Lleva casos relacionados a visas familiares, visas profesionales, ajustes para el green card, certificaciones de labor, aplicaciones de ciudadaní­a, proceso de visas ante consulados y asilos políticos.

La licenciada González habla español y ha vivido en Nicaragua, España e Italia.


Washington State Bar, admitida en el 2001, Numero de Abogado: 31404

Admitida a ejercer la profesión ante la Corte Federal de Apelaciones del Noveno Circuito.


J.D., University of Washington School of Law, 2000

B.A., Pomona College, 1995

Asociaciones/ Afiliaciones

American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA)

San Diego La Raza Lawyers Association