Mrs. Reilly is originally from Tampa, Florida. Mrs. Reilly received her Bachelor of Arts from Brandeis University in Waltham, Massachusetts. She attended Tulane University, where she received both her Juris Doctor and her Masters in Social Work.
While in New Orleans, Mrs. Reilly worked in various legal fields. During law school, Mrs. Reilly worked as a student attorney at Tulane's Juvenile Litigation Clinic. She also interned at the Orleans Public Defenders Office for their Defender Services Program, and for the State of Louisiana's Mental Health Advocacy Service. After graduation, Mrs. Reilly worked in private practice, representing clients in criminal matters.
Prior to founding Reilly Immigration, Mrs. Reilly worked at a law firm in Metairie, Louisiana and at a firm in Charlotte, North Carolina, focusing solely on immigration law. Mrs. Reilly represents clients in many immigration processes, including family-based immigration petitions, consular processing, immigration removal defense, waiver applications, and humanitarian visas, such as T, U, and VAWA applications.
Mrs. Reilly is licensed in Louisiana. Practice outside of Louisiana is limited to federal immigration law.