While raising her children as a single mother, Karina learned English, obtained her GED, and eventually enrolled at the University of Texas in El Paso, TX. She graduated summa cum laude from the University of Texas at El Paso in 2010 with a B.A. in Psychology, and a minor in Women's Studies. Before law school, she worked in the psychology field serving victims of domestic violence, rape, and human trafficking among other types of victims.
Karina graduated from the Indiana University - Maurer School of Law, in 2014, and became a licensed attorney in the state of Indiana shortly thereafter. During her process of becoming a licensed attorney, Karina continued to work in the immigration and criminal law fields of practice, where she acquired extensive experience before being admitted to the Indiana State Bar in the Spring of 2016. That same year, Karina ventured into opening her own practice, which she has worked hard to consolidate and make it an established firm in the Indianapolis area. She is also a consultant attorney for the Mexican Consulate.
Karina's biggest passions are her work and interactions with clients. But apart from her work, Karina enjoys home renovation projects, spinning classes, and traveling.
Karina Zazueta was born in Mexico City, Mexico, but migrated to El Paso, Texas, at the age of 19. Her path to citizenship started with a U-Visa petition, as a victim of domestic violence. Impacted profoundly by her own immigration process, Karina decided to become an attorney to continue fighting for the cause of undocumented migrants in the United States.