Ms. Rosché was eight years old when her best friend was deported to Guatemala, a traumatic event that sparked Ms. Rosché’s passion and advocacy for immigrant rights.
In college, Ms. Rosché studied international relations and human rights, subsequently moving to Washington D.C. to work for Congressman Jay Inslee, now Governor of Washington State. While in law school, Ms. Rosché helped overseas victims of human rights abuses seek redress in US courts using the Alien Tort Statute. She also represented survivors of human rights abuses before the Inter-American Court of Human Rights. After working and living in Spain, Malawi, and India, Ms. Rosché eventually settled in San Diego, California to focus on the rights of immigrants in her home country. She recently returned to Seattle to found Rosché Immigration Law PLLC and assist immigrants in her home state.
A licensed attorney and Certified Immigration Specialist, Ms. Rosché handles a variety of complex immigration including business and federal litigation matters. She has successfully brought federal actions under the Administrative Procedures Act (used to challenge erroneous decisions), Mandamus (used to force decisions in long pending cases), and Habeas Corpus (used to release individuals unlawfully detained). Ms. Rosché was also an expert witness in the ACLU's class action law suit of Preap v. Johnson challenging the Department of Justice's overbroad use of mandatory detention.
Ms. Rosché remains active in the community. She volunteers her time providing immigration consultations to low income families, and regularly travels to Washington D.C. to advocate for immigration reform.
The George Washington University Law School (JD 2009 – With Honors)
University of Washington (BA 2003)
English and Spanish
State Bar of California, Certified Specialist in Immigration and Nationality Law, The State Bar of California Board of Legal Specialization
Bar of the District of Columbia
US Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit
US District Court for the Southern District of California
US District Court for the Northern District of Illinois
American Immigration Lawyers Association
Federal Bar Association
National Lawyers Guild