Amy is a Texas native. She worked as an attorney with Joseph De Mott from 1994 to 1996. During that time her primary focus was in employment-based immigration, handling nonimmigrant visa, labor certification, advanced degree, and National Interest Waiver cases. Additionally, she handled appellate work and represented individuals on suspension of deportation cases in immigration court. While in law school, Amy taught legal research methods and development of legal writing skills at The University of Texas School of Law as a Teaching Quizmaster.
Following a hiatus from law practice to concentrate on her family and volunteering, Amy returned to DMCA as a Briefing Attorney. In this role, she was responsible for legal memos, briefs, appeals, and motions. Now, as a Senior Attorney at DMCA, she adeptly represents clients in family and employment immigration cases.