Cindy joined Hill & Piibe in Spring 2018 as an Assistant and handles most types of immigration-benefits cases, such as family petitions, adjustment of status, naturalization, work permits and more.
Ana came to us in 2014 and now handles all general family cases and naturalization, as well as assisting Partner Susan Hill and Senior Attorney Veronica Trejo with the employment and business visa cases.
Nayeli has been with Hill & Piibe since 2016. She studied paralegal training and works on all case types, and especially assists with litigation matters for Immigration Court, the BIA and the Ninth Circuit.
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
Jessica Mercado brings a well-rounded background in litigation, and she has found that her passion lies in immigration law. She handles numerous areas within the law firm’s practice, representing clients in removal defense proceedings before the… Read More
By Susan E. Hill On August 14, 2019 DHS published its final rule on “public charge,” increasing its scrutiny of the financial status of most people seeking lawful status from inside the U.S. Here is the important information: What is “publi… Read More
By Alary E. Piibe What’s a person to do when they qualify for a green card but USCIS tells them to file it with the wrong agency? One recent client’s case is a prime example of the nightmarish tangle when a person is caught between USCIS and Im… Read More