Ms. Lopez started her interest in the immigration law when her grandfather became a citizen of the United States in 2003. She always knew that she wanted to work helping people with their immigration status.
She graduated from Eisenhower High School in June 2014. After graduation she temporarily obtained a job in an Immigration Office. At that time she knew that she wanted to continue her education in the legal field. After several job interviews with Immigration lawyers and being rejected for lack of experience, this Office gave her the opportunity for her great desire to learn about this complex field. Since October 2017, Liliana starts working and receiving practical training from attorney Hernández.
She began her Paralegal studies at the Center for Advanced Legal Studies in March 2018 and received her Paralegal Certificate in February of 2019. Ms. Lopez is currently studying an Associate Degree of Applied Science at the Center for Advanced Legal Studies, and is expected to graduate in January of 2020.
Ms. Lopez soon plans to become a member of the Houston Paralegal Association and the Houston Metropolitan Association.
Apart from her work, dedicating herself to her studies, she is also a mother dedicated to her young son and her husband. She enjoys plastic arts and canvas painting.