365 Northridge Rd, Atlanta, GA 30350, USA
Mr. Dustin Baxter received his B.A. degree from the University of Oregon, graduating summa cum laude, in 2002. He then earned his J.D. degree from the University of Oregon School of Law in 2005. Mr. Baxter is admitted to practice law in both Georgia and Oregon. Mr. Baxter lived in Oaxaca, Mexico for two years during his undergraduate studies and as a result speaks, reads and writes fluent Spanish. Mr. Baxter regularly represents clients before U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services seeking both employment and family based adjustment of status and naturalization. Mr. Baxter regularly represents clients before the Executive Officer for Immigration Review, including immigration courts nationwide and the Board of Immigration Appeals. Mr. Baxter represents foreign nationals seeking asylum, cancellation of removal, NACARA, TPS, and adjustment of status before Immigration Judges.
888 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20006, USA
Danielle Beach utilizes her 26 years of experience in immigration law to help individuals immigrate to the United States for humanitarian reasons. Born in Brussels, Belgium, Ms. Beach has lived in England, Belgium, Italy and Ivory Coast and has traveled extensively to many countries. Ms. Beach advocates for clients from around the world who seek freedom from torture in their country, or who are victims of domestic violence and trafficking. She has facilitated and litigated for family reunification and promoted employment for professionals, creating jobs for the economy. She has worked with numerous expert witnesses who have testified on her cases for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), forced marriage, illegal organ transplants, female genital mutilation, and political country experts for various countries all over the world. Ms. Beach is President and Managing Partner at Beach-Oswald Immigration Law Associates. She represents clients who suffer persecution and abuse in their native countries and focuses on helping them obtain a better quality of life in the United States. Ms. Beach actively advocates for her clients and assists them as they integrate into United States culture. She has also represented her clients at U.S. Consulates in Romania, China, Canada, Mexico, and several African countries. With her extensive experience in family-based and employment-based immigration law Ms. Beach not only assists her clients in obtaining a better standard of living in the United States, she also helps employers obtain professional visas and petition for family members. She also handles many complex naturalization issues. Ms. Beach has unique expertise representing clients in immigration matters pending before the Federal District Courts, Circuit Courts, Board of Immigration Appeals and Immigration Courts. She has won over 900 humanitarian cases in the United States.
5301 N Federal Hwy, STE 260, Boca Raton, FL 33487
Following graduation from New York Law School, Mr. Becker worked in the General Counsel’s Office for the Latin America and Caribbean Headquarters of American Express in Miami Lakes, Florida. Mr. Becker oversees Immigration matters including non-immigrant visa petitions (for investors, professional and non-professional workers), employment-based applications for permanent residency for persons of extraordinary ability, multinational executives and managers, professionals with advanced degrees, investors and other workers. He also handles family-based applications for permanent residency, deportation, political asylum, and other bases of relief including waivers for fraud, criminal acts, 3 and 10 years bars and cancellation of removal. Possessing a unique combination of education and experience in Immigration Law, Mr. Becker has won cases which his colleagues have considered “no-win” situations and has earned him a reputation as one of the best in the industry. Brian G. Becker is a member of the Florida Bar and is licensed to practice before the United States District Court, Southern and Middle Districts of Florida, and the 11th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals.
3440 Hollywood Blvd, Hollywood, FL 33021, USA
Robert M. Bell, Esq. practices immigration and nationality law exclusively. He is a member of the Florida Bar and the American Immigration Lawyers Association. He is an Honors graduate of the Florida State University College of Law. He is a Board Certified Specialist (B.C.S.) in the area of Immigration and Nationality by the Florida Bar Board of Legal Specialization and Education. This distinction recognizes attorneys special knowledge, skills, proficiency, professionalism, character, and ethics within their area of practice. As a Board Certified Specialist in Immigration and Nationality, Robert M. Bell has a tested and proven record of substantial involvement, continuing education, and expertise in this field. Mr. Bell is widely recognized in the legal community for his unwavering dedication to his clients. He has succeeded in assisting countless families to reside lawfully in the United States. He is licensed to handle immigration matters throughout all states of the U.S.
33 East Wentworth Ave., Suite 360, West St. Paul, MN 55118
I am attorney licensed to practice law in Minnesota. I attended law school at William Mitchell College of Law in St. Paul, MN. While in law school, I was employed as a law clerk for Centro Legal, Inc. Later as an attorney, I worked as a staff attorney with the non-profit organization Immigrant Law Center of Minnesota before opening my own practice in August of 2006. My office, Boston Law Office, P.A. is located in West St. Paul, Minnesota. My Practice focuses exclusively on Immigration Law including family visas, asylum, Temporary Protected Status (TPS), DACA and defense in immigration court. The goal of Boston Law Office, P.A. is to provide quality legal services during the sometimes long and complicated immigration process. At my office, clients can speak to me directly regarding their case in English or Spanish. This bilingual approach helps ensure clients understand the legal issues surrounding their case and remain informed of the status of their case.