I am the owner of Hendricks Law, a Christian law firm specializing in immigration and personal injury cases. My expertise lies in family immigration, deferred action/expert release, employment immigration, and deportation defense. I was raised in Central Mexico, and my background gives me a unique blend of language skills, cultural knowledge, and compassion for the immigrant population of the United States.
At the age of seventeen I came to the U. S. to attend the University of New Mexico, where I graduated cum laude with my bachelor’s degree in political science in 2011 and my Juris Doctor in 2013. I then studied immigration under John W. Lawit and worked for his firm; subsequently, I was the managing attorney for Whittenburg Law Firm and Beacon Immigration. In 2014 I received my license to practice law, and in 2016 I received my M.B.A. in International Business from Walden University.
I founded Hendricks Law in 2015, driven by my mission to represent clients who feel that they don’t have access to the legal system. In 2016 I was honored with the American Institute of Legal Counsel’s Exceptional and Outstanding Client Services Award, and in 2017 I was included in the American Society of Legal Advocates’ prestigious Top 40 Lawyers Under 40 list. As part of my commitment to helping others, I regularly share my knowledge of the immigration process at events and family organizations and I frequently provide pro bono services to those most in need. I also serve as the consulting attorney for the Mexican Consulate in New Mexico, and as a board member for TNTI Ministries as well as a notable human tracking organization.