I like helping immigrants navigate through the immigration process to obtain residency or citizenship in the United States. It can be a long and challenging process at time, but in the end, seeing the client’s satisfaction in obtaining that green card or certificate of naturalization makes the whole process worthwhile.
What Does Immigration Law Mean To Me?
“I am the son of Italian immigrants who came to the United States in the late 60s for better economic opportunities. I was born in Chicago, but grew up in Italy where I attended elementary school and high school. After residing in Italy for fourteen years, I decided to return to the United States when I was 21 years old to pursue a career in law. I attended the University of Illinois where I earned my Bachelor’s in Political Science and subsequently earned my Juris Doctorate from Creighton University School of Law in 2006. I have been a practicing attorney since 2007. I have practiced in different areas of law including creditor’s rights, evictions, condominium law, bankruptcy, and currently immigration law. I enjoy practicing immigration law because, as the son of immigrants myself, it is a great satisfaction for me to help immigrants make the United States their home. I love summers in Chicago attending festivals, relaxing at the beach, and enjoying a Cubs game at Wrigley Field.”