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I was born in Guadalajara, Jalisco. Since I was little I had family living as immigrants, and when I heard the stories about how hard it was for all the family, I can’t help but to imagine about the situation of people in the same situations, fears and concerns, but mostly about the happiness and joy of the family and friends when they get the good news from their loved ones when they’re safe and sound.

That’s what made me support everyone pursuing a better tomorrow for themselves and their families looking for the american dream, and knowing that we help them as much as we can, makes me very proud and happy of the team I’m working with, to bring peace and comfort to everyone looking for our help.

Kate Lincoln-Goldfinch
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Billing Clerk at Lincoln-Goldfinch

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Billing Clerk at Lincoln-Goldfinch Law

Kate Lincoln-Goldfinch
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Billing Clerk at Lincoln-Goldfinch Law

Kate Lincoln-Goldfinch
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Billing Clerk at Lincoln-Goldfinch Law

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I was born in Tlaxcala, Mexico but raised in Sacramento, California for most of my life. My parents brought me over as an undocumented immigrant when I was three years old. I had a pretty normal childhood and it wasn’t until my teenage years when I was not able to get a driver’s license or a social security number that I started noticing the deep impact my undocumented status would have on the rest of my life.

My parents were in the same situation, although they were both able to find employment, and continued to live undocumented for years to come, never seeking any opportunities to change their situation until it was absolutely necessary. Luckily for them, when that day came, they were a little better prepared than most families.

I love my job because I know how hard it is to reach out for help being in this kind of situation and not knowing who to trust or what to do. It takes a lot of courage to take that first step, and I get to help these brave fathers and mothers, sons and daughters, any person who is willing to take that first step towards finding a way to become a U.S resident or citizen.

I get to listen to their stories and help set up appointments with our excellent legal team so they can get the help they need. I know how much of a difference this can make in someone’s life and I am honored and privileged to be a part of it.

Kate Lincoln-Goldfinch
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H.R. Specialist at Lincoln-Goldfinch Law

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I was born and raised in Mexico, and grew up on the border between Juarez – El Paso. I have a Bachelor’s degree from Mexico and a Master’s degree from the USA. My professional career has been in the public and private sector, serving an array of industries, with a unique multicultural outlook gained through education and over 20 years of administrative and management experience.

One of my favorite quotes is “El que no vive para servir, no sirve para vivir”, from Mother Teresa of Calcutta. Been able to help a person is very rewarding; so, helping people to be happy makes me happy too!!

When I was working at the Consulate General of Mexico, for the Department of Protection and Legal Affairs, one of my principal goals was to guide the immigrant community in different areas such as labor, business, civil, criminal, and immigration. I visited immigrants at county jails, state prisons, federal correctional institutions, hospitals, attended community outreach events, and served as a liaison between government agencies and local authorities from Mexico and the U.S.A. These activities helped me to comprehend all the difficulties the immigrant community must go through, and I realized I could apply my educational and professional background to help them thrive in their new home.

I met Kate Lincoln-Goldfinch in 2015 and have witnessed the positive impact in the community of all her service work and her ethical & professional work. I realized it was a perfect fit with my background and interests; so, I joined the Lincoln-Goldfinch Law as a Management Consultant. By overseeing the firm day-to day operations, we look forward to keeping on improving the firm’s operations and growth. Therefore, we can increase the firm’s impact in the community, and bring peace to immigrant families.

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My name is Hector, and I am the IT (Information Technology) Manager at Lincoln-Goldfinch Law. I grew up in Mexico City but moved to the U.S. to attend college after finishing high school. From a young age, I have been interested in technology and its ability to simplify our lives and improve our connections with others.

Having lived in a border town for several years, I formed deep bonds with the immigrant community by learning about their struggle within the complex immigration system. This also piqued my interest in exploring how technology could potentially assist those who are taking action to help others.

Prior to joining Lincoln-Goldfinch Law, I held a senior position as an IT specialist at the Refugee and Immigrant Center for Education and Legal Services (RAICES), a non-profit organization in Texas. As a member of the Lincoln-Goldfinch Law team, I now assist and support our team in fulfilling our mission of bringing peace of mind to our clients. When not working, I enjoy composing music, spending time outdoors, and hanging out with my family.

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I strongly believe borders and frontiers only set boundaries in our perceptions and opinions and should not exist because this is only one world we’re living in and we should be able to move, travel, live and be wherever we want whenever we need.

Being able to actually help people achieve the freedom and peace we all as human beings deserve while navigating the complex immigration system has had a great impact on my personal development and has shown me a lot of humility, kindness, and empathy.