All staff members are bilingual in English and Spanish

Libna Telon

Ms. Telon was born and raised in Guatemala. She graduated from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Modern Language and Linguistics and a Minor in Biological Science. She began working at the firm in 2011, taking a hiatus in 2015 and returning in 2019. Ms. Telon is fully bilingual in Spanish and English and possesses a wide range of knowledge and experience in various immigration processes.

Sara Raab

Ms. Raab grew up in Frederick, MD. She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Gender Studies at Dickinson College in Carlisle, PA, then completed her Master of Science in the same field at Birkbeck College, University of London. She is in her first year of law school at the University of Baltimore where she is deepening her understanding of immigration law to better serve our clients.

Ms. Raab has always been passionate about helping people change their lives. In her first full time job, she assisted the President of a non-profit organization providing free mental health services to the military community. Throughout college, she helped run the university LGBTQ organizations. After finishing her Master’s degree, Ms. Raab served as a board member of PFLAG (Parents, Families, and Friends of Lesbians and Gays) Howard County for three years. She studied Spanish throughout school and rededicated herself to its study a few years ago while working in a restaurant alongside many Spanish-speakers. Ms. Raab endeavors to provide clients clear direction and reliable bilingual assistance as they navigate the complicated immigration system. arrup in Frederick, MD. She earned a Bachelor of Arts in Gender Studies at Dickinson Coll

German Niño Sanchez

Mr. Nino Sanchez is a graduate of University of Maryland, College Park. He obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Agricultural and Resource Economics: Agribusiness. He is in charge of billing and handling various other matters for the firm. He is fully bilingual in Spanish and English.

Kiswana Williams

Ms. Williams attended a bilingual (English/Spanish) immersion school throughout her primary and secondary education. She has an Associate Degree in General Studies from Montgomery County College. She has several years of administrative experience, including intake experience with the Office of the Public Defender, and currently assists the firm with handling Special Immigrant Juvenile Status cases.