Jaime grew up in Eastern Washington and attended Eastern Washington University where she earned her B.A. in Public Communication with minors in Public Relations and Spanish. Jaime graduated with honors and was named one of the top ten seniors in her graduating class. Jaime went on to attend law school at Willamette University where she graduated cum laude and served as the president of her class.
Jaime began practicing immigration law in 2011. She has presented multiple times at conferences on topics ranging from obtaining waivers of inadmissibility to analyzing the immigration consequences of criminal convictions. Jaime has represented clients in removal proceedings in multiple states. She also represents clients before USCIS, the NVC, and consulates. Jaime also works with defense attorneys to help them analyze the immigration consequences of convictions.
Jaime is a member of the Oregon State Bar and the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA). She lives in Portland and spends her spare time hiking, running, and traveling.