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Krizia Delgado

U.S. Migration Specialist - Krizia Delgado
July 15, 2015 - -

Manager, Global Immigration Program

As Manager of the Global Immigration Program, Krizia is in charge of the firm’s projects related to international migration, tech and entrepreneurship.  She leads the “Startup Visa Route Program”, an innovative immigration strategy for founders to benefit from entrepreneur-focused visa schemes in international tech hub ecosystems. She is in charge of strengthening relationships and partnerships with the international tech community, accelerators, universities and government startup programs.

She also directs the “International Migration and Refugee Hub Project”, which connects the tech community with humanitarian and social innovation initiatives related to immigration, refugee issues and advocacy efforts worldwide.

Krizia is passionate about tech, advocacy, humanitarian innovation, social change, international migration and refugee issues.

Academic qualifications

Krizia holds a Master of Science (MSc) in Migration Studies from the University of Oxford in the UK and a Bachelor’s degree in International Relations from Universidad Iberoamericana in Mexico City, her hometown. She has research experience at the International Migration Institute and at the Environmental Management Program at Harvard University, where she focused in global migration policies and technology transfer in refugee camps.

Professional Experience

Before joining Jamae Law Group, Krizia held positions at the Mexican Secretary of Foreign Affairs and at the Consulate General of Mexico in Boston, where she was the Head of Economic, Culture and Innovation Affairs.

Events / Presentations

 Krizia coordinates local and international events related to immigration, entrepreneurship and tech. She is also a regular speaker and facilitator at panels that focus on tech, innovation and immigration issues.


Krizia is fluent in English, Spanish, French and Portuguese.

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