Caitlyn provides personal and dedicated immigration services to a variety of corporations and individuals as well as to non-profit organizations and educational institutions. Caitlyn advises corporate clients on a wide variety of immigrant and non-immigrant matters. Caitlyn is bilingual in the Spanish language and brings a unique understanding of Latin America having lived there.
Caitlyn served as a judicial law clerk for the Otero, NM Immigration Court (EOIR) through the U.S. Department of Justice, Attorney General’s Honors Program. Prior to joining JMA, Caitlyn was a permanent attorney advisor for the Dallas Immigration Court. During her tenure at the Dallas Immigration Court, Caitlyn served a detail with EOIR’s Office of Policy where she adjudicated applications for the Recognition and Accreditation Program. The Recognition and Accreditation Program aims to increase the availability of competent immigration legal representation for low-income and indigent persons, thereby promoting the effective and efficient administration of justice.
Awards and Recognition
- National Jurist Law Student of the Year Nominee (2018)
- International Who’s Who of Students (2014)
Education and Admissions
Caitlyn graduated with honors from University of Arkansas and holds a dual bachelor’s degree in Spanish and Latin American Studies. She earned her juris doctorate degree from Washburn University School of Law and graduated with Honors. During her law school tenure, she was President of Women’s Legal Forum (WLF) and Secretary of Hispanic American Law Student Association (HALSA). Her community service work included providing legal access to the local Latino population through HALSA and organizing donation drives and monthly events to promote women in the legal field through WLF. She earned recognition for her community service work and was nominated National Jurist Law Student of the Year (2018). Caitlyn is admitted to practice in Kansas.
Memberships and Community Involvement
Caitlyn is a member of the State Bar of Kansas, American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), Dallas Bar Association, Dallas Women Lawyers Association, and Attorneys Serving the Community.