Cristina Salazar grew up in Dallas, TX attending North Dallas High School. She pursued a Bachelor of Arts at Bryn Mawr College, a small women's college in Pennsylvania where she received the Woodrow Wilson Public Policy Fellowship to study at UC Berkeley during the summer. As a student, Cristina was involved in the East Coast Chicano Student Forum and the Latina women's group Mujeres. Cristina has worked at Catholic Charities- Dallas and spent several years working in Dallas ISD as a bilingual education and dual language teacher. She has also worked for Brighter Tomorrows of Grand Prairie, a domestic violence shelter and interned for Safe Haven in Fort Worth Texas assisting with U-Visas and VAWA applications. Cristina received her Juris Doctor from Texas Wesleyan School of Law in 2012.The Law Office of Cristina Salazar is located in the heart of Oak Cliff on Bishop Avenue. The office is easily accessible by bus including the D-Link and is near Methodist Hospital and the Bishop Arts District. Cristina has lived and worked in the Oak Cliff area for several years. If you are a former student of mine that is applying to college or currently in college, your attorney fees for DACA will be waived, so stop by!