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Noemi Carrillo


Idaho Falls


Noemi Carrillo is a paralegal in Hawley Troxell’s Immigration practice group. Noemi has experience preparing initial pleadings & motions to be filed with the Executive Office for Immigration Review, U.S. District Court, and U.S. Court of Appeals as well as preparing and filing Family-Based Petitions, Employment-Based Petitions, Self-Petitions, applications for Asylum, U-Visa applications, VAWA applications, T-Visa applications, Consular Processing, Adjustment of Status petitions, Naturalization applications, and Cancellations of Removal. Additionally, Noemi serves as a Spanish interpreter, both directly communicating with clients and translating documents. Prior to joining Hawley Troxell in 2023, Noemi earned her Paralegal Certificate from the American Immigration Lawyers Association while working as a Legal Assistant.

Noemi is particularly passionate about immigration law due to her own experience with the immigration process and is thrilled to be able to make a career out of assisting others pursue a better life and a chance to achieve their dreams. In her free time, she likes to spend time with her family and hike the beautiful mountains of Idaho.



Paralegal Certificate:

American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), Paralegal Certificate, 2021

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