Yesenia oversees the office, including acting as liaison with billing, and also has extensive experience with U-visas. She has been with the firm for fifteen years and knows the ins and outs of USCIS procedure.
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
This article originally appeared in our 2016 Newsletter Some families have heard that their relative is barred from the United States due to prior unlawful presence, and needs a waiver to obtain a family green card. The unlawful presence waiver is ne… Read More
This article originally appeared in our 2016 Newsletter This is a common question, here are the scenarios where your U.S. citizen child might help you get a green card (permanent residency) if you are in the U.S. unlawfully. If you are outside the Un… Read More