Susan E. Hill has competed horses nearly all her life, and knows the nuances of immigration cases for the horse industry. She can explain your case in a way that immigration officials understand, and get your visa or green card granted.
The criminal and immigration law attorneys at Hill & Piibe have helped thousands of immigrants facing criminal charges or who have pled guilty to a criminal charge in the past and are now facing deportation or denial of a green card.
Resources on President Trump's new laws: We commonly obtain last-minute stays of deportation / removal for clients detained by ICE, and assist in obtaining bond orders for release from custody.
Our litigation department is skilled in handling motions to reopen before USCIS and the immigration courts, as well as appeals before the federal Courts of Appeal, the Board of Immigration Appeals, and the USCIS / Administrative Appeals Office.
Susan Hill leads our practice in appellate litigation before the Ninth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals, as well as in nonimmigrant visas and other business/employment cases, especially in the equestrian industries. After graduating from Pepperdine Univ… Read More
Alary Piibe is a long-time litigator who has developed keen and aggressive courtroom skills. Mr. Piibe prides himself on being a formidable strategist who will make persuasive, effective presentations — and who represents his clients in a straightf… Read More
Betzayda Montoya has long been involved in immigration law, working on a variety of cases across the spectrum. She has experience with employment and family immigration issues, as well as asylum, naturalization and U-visas. She also has a strong back… Read More
By Susan E. Hill On June 22, 2020 President Trump extended his previous ban (April 22, 2020) and also added in certain temporary visas. The ban is effective immediately until December 31, 2020, for the following categories: Green cards Only applies t… Read More
By Alary E. Piibe All immigration cases must be supported by evidence. The evidence should be clear, relevant and consistent with your claim. Here are common mistakes to avoid with your evidence. Errors on officially issued government documents Immig… Read More