Born in Mexico, Griselda Boyzo moved to the United States with her parents and siblings as a young girl. She grew up in Cumming, Georgia, and graduated with a degree in political science from the University of West Georgia.
It was during her senior year of college that immigration law sparked her interest. After graduation, she began her paralegal program and started working as a receptionist at Antonini & Cohen. She soon transitioned to an administrative assistant position before her current role as a paralegal.
At Antonini & Cohen, she enjoys working with her talented coworkers. “I love the work that we do!” she says. “The work is structured but very complex. It’s like a puzzle. We need all the pieces in the right places to get the right results so that we can win for our clients. The end result makes it all worthwhile, especially those special moments, like handing a client their green card or notifying them about their upcoming oath ceremony.”
When she’s not working with Antonini & Cohen’s clients and attorneys, she has fun spending time with friends and family, including her sweet dog, a black lab. For a great bite to eat, she recommends Little Hawaiian, a seafood grill and tiki lounge in Carrollton, Georgia. Aloha and mahalo!