Kristina David

Kristina David

Law Clerk

Education
■ Southwestern Law School, J.D., 2022
■ University of California, Riverside, 2017
B.A. in Political Science
B.A. in Media and Cultural Studies

Bar Admissions
■ California

Languages
■ Tagalog

Kristina David is an law clerk at David Strashnoy Law, PC. She handles all aspects of U.S. immigration, including the business and family practice areas. 

During law school, Kristina worked for the Southwestern Immigration Law Clinic handling matters of young immigrants applying for Special Immigrant Juvenile Status (SIJS). Kristina has also served as a law clerk handling applications for status under VAWA, DACA, Asylum, and other family-based petitions. Kristina has filed argumentative legal briefs to successfully appeal adverse USCIS determinations in matters ranging from applications for an O-1 Visa for Persons of Extraordinary Ability to 601a Unlawful Waiver Presence.  

For her Bachelors degree, Kristina double majored in Political Science and Media & Cultural Studies at University of California, Riverside. She earned her Juris Doctor degree from Southwestern Law School with an emphasis in International Law. After working as a Staff Editor on the Southwestern International Law Journal, she served on the executive board as Lead Articles Editor in her final year of law school. Today, Kristina is a current member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association.

 Kristina David
Law Clerk

Education
■ Southwestern Law School, J.D., 2022
■ University of California, Riverside, 2017
B.A. in Political Science
B.A. in Media and Cultural Studies

Bar Admissions
■ California

Languages
■ Tagalog

Kristina David is a law clerk at David Strashnoy Law, PC. She handles all aspects of U.S. immigration, including the business and family practice areas. 

 

During law school, Kristina worked for the Southwestern Immigration Law Clinic handling matters of young immigrants applying for Special Immigrant Juvenile Status (SIJS). Kristina has also served as a law clerk handling applications for status under VAWA, DACA, Asylum, and other family-based petitions. Kristina has filed argumentative legal briefs to successfully appeal adverse USCIS determinations in matters ranging from applications for an O-1 Visa for Persons of Extraordinary Ability to 601a Unlawful Waiver Presence.  

For her Bachelors degree, Kristina double majored in Political Science and Media & Cultural Studies at University of California, Riverside. She earned her Juris Doctor degree from Southwestern Law School with an emphasis in International Law. After working as a Staff Editor on the Southwestern International Law Journal, she served on the executive board as Lead Articles Editor in her final year of law school. Today, Kristina is a current member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association.

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