Marissa is a 4th generation Arizonan born and raised in Phoenix. She attended Brown University where she received her bachelor’s degree in Anthropology. She graduated from Willamette Law School in Oregon where she participated in human rights clinic and interned at an immigration firm. She also studied for a semester of law school at La Catholica University in Quito, Ecuador. She has lived in several countries including Guatemala and Peru where she worked for several volunteer organizations.
Marissa has experience in civil rights and criminal law and has always been passionate about immigration law. She specializes in removal cases including bond, cancellation of removal cases, asylum and withholding cases. Marissa is dedicated to helping her clients and will go above and beyond to achieve the best result possible for their case.