Madeline Taylor Diaz is a supervising attorney with the Virginia immigration program, where she supervises attorneys, fellows, and legal assistants. Madeline represents immigrants in humanitarian and family-based immigration matters before EOIR, USCIS, and the Virginia court system. Madeline began at Ayuda as a law student intern in both the DC and Virginia office.
After law school she joined Ayuda as an Equal Justice Works Legal Fellow sponsored by Greenberg Traurig LLC, focusing on children’s immigration matters. She continues to focus on children’s cases, and has been invited to speak throughout the region on matters related to Special Immigrant Juvenile Status and the representation of immigrant children. Madeline graduated Catholic University of America Columbus School of Law and holds a B.A. in Latin American and Hemispheric Studies from the George Washington University.