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|Name||Myers Thompson P.A.|
|Address||132 North 3rd Street|
|Minneapolis, MN 55401 US|
Jennifer (“Jenny”) Bouta Mojica received her J.D. from the University of St. Thomas in Minneapolis, Minnesota, in 2006, and her B.A. in International Studies and French from Macalester College in St. Paul, Minnesota, in 1999. Prior to law school, she worked as an Immigration Legal Assistant at Berry, Appleman & Leiden, LLP in San Francisco (2001-2002), and as a Case Manager at Myers Thompson, PA in Minneapolis (2002-2003). In law school, interned in the Women’s Human Rights program at the Advocates for Human Rights, worked as a Judicial Law Clerk for the Executive Office for Immigration Review in Bloomington, Minnesota, and served as a student attorney in St. Thomas' Immigration Law Clinic.
Jenny has worked with Myers Thompson as an attorney since 2006. Focusing on employment-based immigration, she works with clients in a wide range of industries including healthcare, women’s health, medical device development and manufacturing, information technology, marketing and advertising, consumer retail, fitness, transportation, education testing, and television, among other industries. Jenny has extensive experience working on non-immigrant petitions (H, L, O, TN, E, B-1), J-1 Waiver Applications for Foreign Medical Graduates, Labor Certification Applications, immigrant visa petitions including Extraordinary Ability, Outstanding Researcher and National Interest Waiver Petitions, and Adjustment of Status Applications. Jenny also has experience working on a variety of family-based immigration matters. She has successfully handled Fiancé Visa Petitions, I-130 Petitions and Naturalization Applications, among other processes. She is currently working pro bono on an Asylum case in collaboration with the Advocates for Human Rights.
Jenny served as the American Immigration Council’s ambassador to the Minnesota/Dakotas Chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers’ Association (2009-2011) and has been a member of the American Immigration Lawyers’ Association (AILA) since 2005. She currently serves as an AILA Attorney Mentor, mentoring immigration practiioners from across the United States.