Jennie Fremont is a paralegal at Ginsburg & Perez. She grew up in Boulder, Colorado, but has been a resident of the Pacific Northwest since 1997. Jennie always had a desire to use her skills to help others, and she got that opportunity when she was hired by Richard M. (Dick) Ginsburg in 2006. For the nine years that she worked for Mr. Ginsburg, Jennie handled a variety of immigration cases, including family-based cases through American Consulates abroad and the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, waivers of inadmissibility, cancellation of removal, and naturalization. However, her area of specialty has been obtaining legal status for victims of crime and battered spouses. Jennie has continued this work with Danielle Perez.
Jennie is bilingual in English and Spanish. She graduated with a BA from the Evergreen State College in 2001, and she earned her MFA in Spanish from Middlebury College in 2006. She studied abroad in Oaxaca, Mexico, as an undergraduate, and she spent an academic year in Madrid, Spain, for her master’s degree. Her studies at Middlebury College went beyond simply learning to speak, read and write Spanish at a high level; great emphasis was placed on understanding the politics, history, and culture of Spain and Latin America, both past and present. These skills have proven valuable while working with not only Spanish-speaking clients, but with clients from all over the world.
Jennie derives great satisfaction by seeing the real and tangible improvements that a grant of permanent residence or U.S. citizenship can make in a person’s life. She remains passionate about providing high-quality service to the immigrant community in Oregon and beyond
B.A., Evergreen State College, 2001
M.F.A. (Spanish), Middlebury College, 2006
English & Spanish
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