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Sarah K. Molina
Sarah earned her B.A. in Geography from UCLA and her J.D. from
St. Louis University School of Law, where she graduated magna cum laude in the top 2% of her class. Sarah began working with immigrants in 1997 at the Immigration Project in Granite City, IL. She joined the Law Offices of Suzanne Brown, P.C. in 1998 and worked there as a paralegal until starting law school in 2004. While in law school, Ms. Molina twice interned with the Missouri Public Defender and worked at the Federal Public Defender. Ms. Molina's published work on criminal defense counsel's obligations to noncitizens has been cited to the United States Supreme Court three times. Following law school, Ms. Molina served as a judicial law clerk to the Honorable Rodney W. Sippel of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri and then practiced complex civil litigation before returning to helping immigrants in 2012.
Since then, she has represented immigrants in front of United States Citizenship Immigration Services and in Immigration Court and defended individuals accused of immigration-related crimes in federal court.
With more than 20 years combined experience working with immigrants and helping them with their immigration needs, Molina Immigration Law, LLC provides excellent service to our clients.
We are fluent in English and Spanish.
Ashlin is originally from Huntsville, Alabama. She obtained both her B.A. in Latin American Studies and Spanish Literature and her J.D.
from Washington University in St. Louis. She first began working with immigrants during her undergraduate studies when she
served as president of a student group providing tutoring to
St. Louis Public Schools students with English as a Second Language. During her undergraduate studies she also took service trips to Costa Rica and Honduras to help build infrastructure for local communities. During her time in law school, Ashlin completed two internships in Santiago, Chile, where she focused on comparative law. She also worked throughout her undergraduate and law school careers as a tutor for children with special needs, and she engaged in multiple freelance translation projects related to contracts and laws applicable to housing developments in Puerto Rico. She is licensed to practice law in Missouri, and she enjoys helping the St. Louis area immigrant community meet their legal needs.