Jayne Bouchfaa, immigration lawyer, grew up in Seattle, Washington. She graduated Magna Cum Laude from Seattle University in Seattle, Washington and received a Bachelor’s of Arts degree with Departmental Honors in Political Science. She received her law degree from the University of Idaho College of Law in Moscow, Idaho. Ms. Bouchfaa was a member of the Environmental Law Moot Court Team, Vice-President of the Board of Student Advocates, a Pro Bono Scholarship recipient and a legal intern with the Idaho Legal Aid Clinic’s Immigration and Victims’ Rights Clinics at the Idaho Legal Aid Clinic. In addition, Ms. Bouchfaa spent her summers as a law clerk with the South Texas Civil Rights Project, a non-profit organization dedicated to social and economic justice in San Juan, Texas and as a limited-licensed intern with the Benton County Prosecutor’s Office in Kennewick, Washington.
Ms. Bouchfaa’s work experience, as well as her personal experiences with immigration, lead her to pursue a career helping people achieve their immigration goals within the United States. She has experienced the immigration process herself as the wife of an immigrant from Morocco. She has been through the time-consuming process of filling out the necessary immigration forms, submitting supporting documents, and undergone several interviews with immigration officials. Her intimate knowledge of the process, as well as her work experience and education, allow her the ability to navigate the immigration process with confidence and compassion for her clients.
Ms. Bouchfaa lives in West Palm Beach, Florida, with her husband of twelve years and three children. She enjoys reading, exploring Florida’s beautiful beaches, and traveling with her family.