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Rachel Game, Attorney



Although Rachel is a Portland native, she spent her childhood in Canada. After graduating from Willamette School of Law and passing the Oregon State bar exam in 1997 she moved to Zimbabwe, Africa where she ran a group of businesses. In 2006 she returned to Oregon and began practicing immigration law.

Rachel is a member of the Oregon State Bar, the Ninth and Fifth Circuit Courts of Appeals and the Oregon District Court. She has been an active member in the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) since 2006.

While attending Northern Arizona University Rachel competed in NCAA Div. I Track and Field in the long and triple jump, sprints and the heptathlon. Rachel continues to be involved in track and field through coaching high school athletes in the long and triple jump. She also enjoys spending time with her 3 children, skiing and checking out the Portland foodie and craft beer scene.

Samantha Ratcliffe, Associate Attorney

Samantha was born and raised in Santiago, Chile. She is half Chilean and half British, so she grew up bilingual in Spanish and English. She moved to the United States in 2010 and graduated from Willamette School of Law in 2015. While attending law school Samantha was an Executive Editor for the Journal of International Law, and she was a legal intern at several organizations including Catholic Charities Immigration Legal Services. Before joining Game Immigration Law Samantha devoted her career to working in public interest, including a judicial clerkship for Clackamas County Circuit Court’s Presiding Judge Robert D. Herndon. Samantha is a member of the Oregon State Bar, and she is also licensed to practice law in Chile.

Samantha lives in Portland and enjoys traveling, reading, hiking, and trying out new restaurants.


Mitzi Guzman, Legal Assistant 


Mitzi Guzman was born in Salem Oregon, but lived in Mexico until the end of her preschool year when her family relocated back into the Willamette Valley. She earned her Bachelors in Spanish to later proceed to become a Nationally Certified Medical Interpreter in the Spanish language.

Passionate in using her skills to help people by being a cultural bridge between them she was encouraged by family and friends to take on new challenges. She joined the team Sept of 2016 a career that aligns with her passion for political consciousness. 

When she’s not watching Netflix, speaking out for social justice or environmental rights she loves to hike with her dog Garu (Garu the pug), spend time with her loved ones, and travel the world.