Liliana Bolanos is a Senior Case Manager with expertise in PERM cases, E-2, and a range of nonimmigrant/immigrant employment visas. She started her journey in the U.S. immigration landscape by working in the nonprofit sector. At Voices for Utah Children, she passionately served as an Immigrant Justice Policy Intern, tirelessly advocating for the undocumented community at local and federal levels.
Her commitment to the immigrant cause saw her extend her expertise as a legal aid at The No More a Stranger Foundation and Lutheran Family Services Rocky Mountains. Here, she assisted numerous individuals with applications related to adjustment of status, making tangible differences in their immigration journeys. Remarkably, Liliana juggled these commendable roles while diligently pursuing her undergraduate studies at Brigham Young University.
Beyond her professional endeavors, Liliana is driven by a passion to enlighten others about U.S. immigration laws, ensuring that knowledge becomes a powerful tool in their hands. Fluent in both Spanish and English, she serves as a bridge, connecting diverse communities and ensuring they are well-informed and supported. In Liliana, clients find not just a case manager but a dedicated advocate, deeply committed to their cause and well-being.
Languages: Spanish, English