Director of Immigration Services
Ana Molina was Born in Lima, Peru and graduated from the American School of Lima FDR in 1982. After graduation, Ana relocated to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and continued her studies at Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and continued her education in the field of Paralegal Studies at the Paralegal School in Philadelphia in 1988.
Upon Completed the and receiving her degree in Paralegal Studies, she completed the Business Immigration law and Basic Immigration Law Course by the National Immigration Paralegal Institute by World Relied in 2014. (Accreditation for the Immigration Court)
Ana has worked and is certified as a Court Interpreter in Various New Jersey Courts and the Philadelphia Arbitration Center. She has fully managed and maintained successful businesses and Organizations assisting all Immigrants in becoming legal within the United States since 1999 as well as Reunifications of Families after crossing the border, advocating in Family Courts for Special Immigration Adjudications, assisting Victims of Crime, handling interviews and preparation of all documentation for Immigration purposes.
Ana is excited with her new chapter in her life by her position as Director of Immigration Services for the National Victim Support Network and the Victims that seek their assistance.