I’ve spent nearly ten years practicing immigration law, first at a boutique law firm and now as a solo-practitioner. Over the years, I’ve helped hundreds of people navigate the immigration system. I have expertise in both family- and business-based immigration matters, including family-based green card applications, citizenship applications, I-130s and fiancé visas, employment-based non-immigrant visas, and all categories of I-140s.
While immigration is my passion, it wasn’t my first career. I came to Atlanta to attend the Georgia Institute of Technology, where I earned a bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering. After graduating, I worked in the product development field while attending law school at night. I graduated cum laude from John Marshall Law School, where I served as Editor of the John Marshall Law Journal.
If you’re looking for a run-of-the-mill, stuffy attorney, that’s not me. I started practicing immigration law because I wanted to be a positive force in the world—not just for the individuals I help directly but for the society that’s enriched by their presence. The engineer in me is still alive and well. I enjoy analyzing complex situations and formulating thorough and thoughtful solutions, and but what I enjoy most about immigration law is getting to meet new people, hear their stories, and help them see their goals realized.