By correctly analyzing the flawed U.S. Immigration system as an access to justice problem, VIISTA is breaking ground in its search for a lasting solution for migrants. In addition, this online program promises to open up career pathways for many motivated, intelligent people who are potentially priced out of law school. Furthermore, the analogy to nurse practitioners and physician assistants is on point. The medical ecosystem, much like the legal field, is patriarchal and stubborn to change. However, after the military and some universities took the initial step of training a highly motivated, rebellious crop of students, these burgeoning workforces proved their worth and their sticking power. Now it's difficult to imagine the medical field without these professions, particularly in rural and urban communities where access to quality primary care would be a massive difficulty without NPs and PAs. Michelle and her team's vision for a similar effect in the legal ecosystem by creating a training program for fully accredited representatives is ripe and audacious — a fine solution for the problems immigrants face every day.