Erin has been working in the field of immigration law since 2010 and focuses primarily on employment-based immigrant and nonimmigrant cases. In particular, she has worked closely with individuals in preparing National Interest Waivers immigrant petitions for obtaining permanent resident (green card) status.
Erin also has extensive experience providing immigration solutions to victims of oppression, violence and human trafficking. She has represented workers who have been exploited in the United States and foreign victims of domestic violence in pursuing applications for U and T visas, and immigrant visa petitions filed under the Violence Against Women Act.
Erin earned her Juris Doctorate magna cum laude from Tulane University in 2012. During law school, she helped found and couched the ICC International Moot Court Team, and served as the Vice President of the Human Rights Law Society. Erin earned her Bachelor of Arts degree cum laude in History from George Mason University. She is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) and the Virginia State Bar.