Veronica Ochoa supports attorneys with matters related to international trade including research, government submissions, coordination with government agencies, preparation of drafts, and a variety of other matters.
Ms. Ochoa assists attorneys in Census voluntary self-disclosure cases including Electronic Export Information (EEI) retrieval, analysis, and input of data for routed exports. She also provides support with export government filings such as voluntary self-disclosures and export manual reviews. Ms. Ochoa provides research support on export classification projects and prepares export training. She has experience conducting due diligence reviews for clients including conducting denied party screening and ownership reviews. Ms. Ochoa has also assisted attorneys with Customs prior disclosures including revisions to spreadsheets in support of prior disclosures.
In her spare time, Ms. Ochoa enjoys spending time with family and friends. She also enjoys watching sports and watching documentaries.
Ms. Ochoa is pursuing a BA in Business Management at the Texas Woman’s University (Summer 2021) and a certification to become an Export Compliance Specialist through the National Customs Brokers & Forwarders Association of America (Spring 2021).
*Ms. Ochoa is not licensed to practice law.