Brenda Carey is an experienced, creative and talented negotiator, with over 15 years experience fighting for the rights of her clients. She is a powerful advocate for clients seeking visas or permanent resident status, and will work with the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service to make sure your application is successful. If you are in the process of pursuing an application and have run into problems, or you have overstayed a visa, she can help you get the process back on track. Brenda is also an extraordinarily effective advocate for clients facing removal proceedings. But, what's more important is that she genuinely cares about her clients. You will feel at ease every step of the way as she helps you plead your case.
Brenda is a graduate of the highy-ranked Boalt Hall School of Law at U.C. Berkeley, and graduated first in her class at Loyola Marymount University where she received her degree in Communication Studies. She has a strong history as a published author, as well as a champion debate and negotiation competitor. Let her bring her considerable advocacy and negotiating skills to your case.
Brian Acree has over 20 years of experience bringing public interest lawsuits in state and federal court. He brings those two decades of skill to your case, and knows how to make the most persuasive arguments possible to a USCIS Case Officer or an Immigration Judge. Brian is the son of an immigrant, and holds dual citizenship himself, so he is personally familiar with how challenging the immigration system can be, and how important it is to you and your family that your case is handled quickly and effectively.