My Experience And Unique Skill Set Has Brought Me Success In Handling Marriage-Based Visas
I graduated from law school in 2014 after teaching English abroad in South Korea for a year. I met my future wife during that time, and we got married while I was starting my third year of law school.
After graduating, my wife and I moved to the Washington DC area. There, I completed fellowships with the Department of Homeland Security, Office of the General Counsel, and the House Judiciary Committee before beginning immigration defense work at a local firm in Herndon, Virginia.
I was there for about a year before moving to New York City, where I worked at a large immigration defense firm in Manhattan for about three years before moving back to the DC area in October 2019 to join my law partner. I’ve been practicing for myself ever since.
I’ve always enjoyed the area of marriage-based immigration. In marriage-based immigration, we’re navigating the waters between love and the law – especially with regard to how to obtain an unconditional green card when the relationship has broken down before one has been granted.
On a personal note, I’ve dealt with this firsthand. My marriage didn’t work out, but we left things on great terms, and I was able to help my ex throughout the process. I’ve seen how it works personally and professionally and my experiences have prepared me to help my clients – no matter what comes their way.
With the guidance of a skilled attorney for Immigration Cases In Virginia, you can have the peace of mind that comes with knowing that we’ll make it look easy.