Jessica M. Cadavid Esq.,
Arizona Summit LawSchool Juris Doctorate, 2014
York College of Pennsylvania Bachelor of Arts, magna cum laude, May 2009
Arizona Summit Law Review, Senior Staff Editor
Licensed to Practice Law
Jessica is licensed to practice law in the United States Immigration Court and is admitted to practice law in the state of North Dakota.
Jessica is an attorney that always greets you with a smile. She has a disposition that understands what each immigrant is going through, she always takes her time with every client in order to make sure that everyone walking through the door is understood and has a right to speak.
Jessica is able to do all this because she is an immigrant herself. Having to come to the United States from Colombia at the age of 12 she has experience the “system” herself. She grew up in New Jersey where she went to a school where she was the only person that did not speak English. She became interested in the law early on. When she attended York College she knew that an Economics and Political Science major would set her on the path of Law School. Jessica is focus on her goals because she wants to make sure that she does the best job possible for each client.
Jessica has practiced in Civil Law where she became extremely interested in Immigration Law as she felt very compassionate towards those who suffered because they were in the United States without legal status. Jessica now focuses her practice entirely on immigration law, assisting the firm’s clients in understanding the complexity of the immigration laws and navigating them through every step of their immigration case. Jessica is a fluent Spanish speaker, and enjoys helping individuals and families on their path to citizenship in this country.