Veronica Hernandez was born in Jalisco, Mexico. She is first a generation immigrant. When she first immigrated to the United States, Veronica spoke very little English. She taught herself to speak English and embarked on a long journey of self-improvement. Despite the challenges, she has excelled in every endeavor she attempted.
Before coming to the United States, Veronica attended the University of Guadalajara where she both studied and taught underprivileged elementary children. In 2000, she graduated from Compton Community College with a certificate as an Accounting Specialist, Bookkeeper and Accounting Clerk. She later received her certified paralegal training from the Mennonite Network in Pennsylvania.
Veronica has been with Affordable Immigration since 2010. She is the Office Manager and Managing Paralegal. She currently handles nonimmigrant, immigrant petitions, deportations and adjustment of status petitions among other essential processes. She joined Affordable Immigration because she has a passion to help others as a result of her own personal life experiences and believes that faith in God is one of the most important things in life.