graduated from John Jay College with a major in Law and two minors in Spanish and Criminal
As an immigrant, she has always been interested in helping other immigrants, especially children
who have been victims of abuse or had their lives threatened by gangs. For years, Daniela has
brought her dedication and desire to help others to assist thousands at Borja Law Firm.
cases. Carlos is a first-generation Mexican/Ecuadorian American and as such, has a special
connection with the immigrant community. He understands the plight of the immigrant and the
struggles they face on a daily basis. Carlos was born and raised in Harlem, New York, where he
graduated from Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts. He
completed his Bachelor’s degree in Political Science at CUNY Baruch College.
When not advocating for his clients, Carlos continues his work with Reading Partners, now as a
volunteer providing tutoring for children. He is hopeful to attend law school in the near future
and continue his work in the immigration field. Moreover, Carlos enjoys listening to music,
going on runs, biking, and playing sports.
the past eight years at Borja Law. She attended John Jay College where she studied Latin
America extensively. Daisy is a daughter of immigrants who has worked on fulfilling their
potential and thus the American dream. She has had the privilege to travel with her mother to
Mexico and connect with her family and culture.
When Daisy was young, she moved to Mexico for a few months, and completely changed her
mindset and for the first time she felt complete as a person. She learned more about the many
cultures in Mexico and was able to trace her family roots and history marked in the town where
her parents come from. Since that time, Daisy has had the passion to work with Latina/o minority
groups and immigrant communities.
Mercy College with a degree in Criminal Justice. He began his career interning in the South
Bronx for a private law firm, before being promoted to a paralegal and becoming a notary public.
Fernando has also worked under a New York State Senator in a variety of roles.
He has dedicated himself to learning many aspects of the law, including matrimonial, landlord &
tenant, bankruptcy and immigration. Fernando brought his talents and experiences to the Borja
Law Firm and has used them to grow into an effective and brilliant paralegal.
It is this love that she uses to grow as a staff member and as a person, help others and provide the best possible service to those who need it most.
Since 2018, Gigi has worked as an Office Administrator and Legal Assistant. The same passion for her community drives her to not only challenge herself but assist all clients at Borja Law Firm.
In that function, he routinely drafts correspondences, maintains both electronic and paper files, works with clients extensively to provide the best possible result. His devotion and attention to detail make him an exemplary member for the Borja Law family.
In his free time, he volunteers at Borja Law by filing and scanning documents. Kevin has worked on gaining office experience to be able to further assist the immigrant community in the future. During his three years at Borja Law Firm, he has learned not only the administrative aspect of the office but also about many immigration issues that most people never see, including his peers. He works on gaining more experience and will soon be attending college.
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