Jade was born and raised in Spain, being her father from Equatorial Guinea, so she could be eligible with these countries. She played in the Spanish team that won the 2004 UEFA Women's Under-19 Championship, scoring the first goal at the final match against Germany.
She has been a member of the Equatoguinean senior team since 2010. Because Jade had competed for Spain in the 2004 FIFA U-19 Women's World Championship, scoring two goals in the second match, she had been registered as a Spanish player in the FIFA's database and the Equatoguinean footbal federation did not notice do the process to change her FIFA nationality in a timely manner. So in June 2011, when Jade was about to participate in the 2011 World Cup, FIFA has detected the irregularity that she had and suspended her for two months both in her club and her national team, which was removed from qualifying for the 2012 Summer Olympics because of this fact. In September she announced she wouldn't play for Equatorial Guinea anymore. However, Jade reversed her decision a year later, to go to Malabo for a friendly match against the DR Congo in June 2012. She then won the African Championship that year.