We believe migration and laws governing migration are going to be a central issue in the struggle for greater civil rights in the 21st century.
WE ARE DETERMINED TO PURSUE EXCELLENCE AS IMMIGRATION LAWYERS AND COUNSELORS TO SERVE OUR CLIENTS, WHEREVER THEY ARE FROM AND WHATEVER THEIR IMMIGRATION ISSUES.
We see most immigration laws enacted by the world’s wealthy countries as flawed and unjust tools for controlling migration of people from countries lacking in opportunities for self-betterment.
Our approach in serving our clients is informed by our own experiences as former refugees and immigrants who were given the opportunity to seek and find a better life in this country.
We believe the ultimate goal of global migration policies should be to enable every human being on the planet to be able to travel from one place to another. This privilege should not be available only to the citizens of wealthy countries.
We believe migration is an important and indispensable vehicle for human fulfillment, and is the phenomenon that largely made this country what it is today.
We are committed to work within our system to assist those clients who turn to us to fulfill their dreams of immigrating to this country, or those already here who seek legal status, or citizenship, as well as defending those whom our government seeks to deport back to their country.
We believe our good fortune comes with the responsibility to fight for more humane ways to regulate migration, and to publicly advocate for changes in laws and policy that will make it possible for those suffering from persecution, extreme poverty, oppression, and dysfunctional governance to have the opportunity to find their way to countries where they can build a better life.
As children of survivors of genocide, former refugees, immigrants, and children of immigrants, we bring intense passion, empathy, and devotion to our work. We are determined to pursue excellence as immigration lawyers and counselors to serve our clients, wherever they are from and whatever their immigration issues.