Arthur G. Carr, III is an immigration law practitioner in St. Louis, who has 25 years of experience in the field. Services include facilitating visa applications of non-American individuals and their families, preparing motions to reconsider denied petitions, and advising small to medium-sized organizations on legally outsourcing personnel from other countries. The attorney holds a JD from New England School of Law and is also licensed to practice in New York.
St. Louis, MO(314) 862-0900
Biesenthal & Gray is a law firm that practices in immigration, criminal defense, and estate planning. The firm helps resolve issues like deportation and removal, deferred action, visas, waivers, and appeals. The firm also represents clients applying for humanitarian immigration, such as asylees and refugees, and those accused of state or municipal crimes. Clients can consult with attorneys in-person, over the phone, or by video.
St. Louis, MO(314) 226-1944
Border Crossing Law Firm is a full-service immigration law practice in St. Louis. Focus areas include citizenship and naturalization, visas and waivers, status adjustment, removal and deportation defense, and representation in “crimmigration” cases. The firm also advises US establishments on workplace compliance, as well as on procedures for hiring foreign nationals. The firm also has an out-of-state office in Helena, Montana, and accepts requests for a case review through the website.
St. Louis, MO(314) 435-9866
Cox Immigration Law is a law firm in St. Louis that assists foreign workers and investors with matters like green cards, consular processing, naturalization, adjustment of status, deportation, and asylum. The founding attorney began his immigration law practice in 2001, and he once worked for the government and the private sector. The firm has an “Ask a Lawyer” blog where clients can pose general questions about immigration issues, without divulging details on their personal cases.
St. Louis, MO(314) 827-5826
Hacking Law Practice is a law firm in St. Louis that focuses on immigration law. The principal is the author of Denied! The Top Ten Ways People Screw Up Their Immigration Case, which can be downloaded from the website for free. The practice has successfully represented numerous clients at the US Citizenship and Immigration Services, and before the immigration court, and is reviewed by past clients as “the most effective and resourceful” firm that can solve their immigration problems.
St. Louis, MO(314) 961-8200
The Law Offices of Fehlig & Fehlig Tatum is a law firm with locations in St. Louis, Columbia, and Kansas City. Practice areas include family and employment-based immigration, criminal defense of foreign nationals accused of committing a crime in the US, and civil litigation. The firm is licensed to practice law in Missouri, Texas, and Arizona, and it has support staff who speak English, Spanish, and French. Clients can set up an appointment by phone, e-mail, or toll-free fax.
St. Louis, MO(314) 359-5690
The Law Offices of Suzanne Brown is an immigration law firm in St. Louis that provides comprehensive legal services to foreign nationals in the United States. Areas covered include unlawful presence bars, grounds of inadmissibility, adjustment for “arriving aliens”, and DACA for Dreamers. The founding attorney holds a JD from Washington University School of Law and is a recipient of the 2008 Distinguished Service Award for participating in the Volunteer Lawyers Program of the Legal Services of Eastern Missouri.
Olivette, MO(314) 995-3932
McQueen Awad is a law practice in St. Louis that focuses on immigration, international, and business law. The firm represents American establishments that desire to hire foreign nationals. The firm also serves individuals who wish to establish a lawful presence in the United States, including asylees and refugees. The firm's co-founder is a second-generation immigrant fluent in Spanish, who served as a US Army captain before earning her law degree, cum laude, from Southern Illinois University School of Law.
St. Louis, MO(314) 258-2900
Molina Immigration Law is a law firm in St. Louis that serves clients throughout the United States. Focus areas include work cards, temporary protected status, H-2B visas, and inadmissibility waivers. The firm also defends non-US citizens accused of immigration-related crimes. The founding attorney earned her JD, magna cum laude, from Saint Louis University, and has published articles, such as a 2014 op-ed in St. Louis Jewish Light saying, “Immigration policy could benefit from a dose of Jewish tradition.”
St. Louis, MO(314) 995-5351
Schooler Law Firm is an immigration law practice in St. Louis that provides comprehensive services to non-US citizens. The firm handles matters like deportation or removal defense, motions to reopen or reconsider denied applications, TPS, DACA, and U visas for victims of certain crimes. The firm also provides an analysis of immigration consequences for criminal convictions and help with humanitarian immigration issues. The principal is authorized to practice US immigration and nationality law throughout the US and its territories.
St. Louis, MO(995) 393-2113
Stientjes & Tolu is a firm in St. Louis that assists foreign nationals with immigration matters. One of the partners has more than 15 years of experience in helping individuals with their work visas, deportation concerns, or asylum applications. The firm also helps US companies and foreign investors comply with immigration law. The firm has an out-of-state location in Miami, Florida, and charges $125 for a 30-minute consultation. Clients are asked to e-mail the co-founder to set up a meeting.
St. Louis, MO(314) 219-5874
Susan Cho Figenshau is a law practice in St. Louis that concentrates on immigration law. The firm has more than 20 years of experience in handling family and employment-based immigration. Focus areas include corporate immigration, USA-Canada-Mexico permits under the NAFTA, naturalization involving impediments, status adjustment, and immigration criminal matters. The founder obtained her JD, cum laude, from Saint Louis University, and has successfully represented US employers in the fields of construction, technology, education, manufacturing, energy, healthcare, and religious ministry.
St. Louis, MO(314) 983-9911
The Hein Law Firm is a law practice in St. Louis that helps family and corporate clients with their immigration needs. The principal attorney has two decades of experience in the practice of immigration law, and he stays updated on vital issues like the forthcoming amnesty program for undocumented immigrants. A former client attests to the firm's ability to obtain timely asylum for him, who was being pursued by an “extremely violent” gang in El Salvador.
St. Louis, MO(314) 645-7900
The Manus Law Firm is a law firm in St. Louis that deals with immigration issues like family reunification, permanent residency, citizenship, naturalization, and asylum. The practice also deals with business start-ups and family law matter. The principal attorney holds a JD from Saint Louis University and has experience in defending clients from deportation or removal. Clients can call or send an e-mail to book a consultation.
St. Louis, MO(314) 696-2262
Wichmer & Groneck is a law firm in St. Louis that provides comprehensive services on US immigration. Practice areas include family and business immigration, visas and waivers, motions to reopen or reconsider denied applications, and citizenship and naturalization. The firm also serves US-based foreign nationals, whose criminal conduct can result in their removal or deportation, and this is by advising them on the possibility of reducing the sentence or overturning the conviction.
St. Louis, MO(314) 863-1212
Yi Sun & Associates is a law firm in St. Louis that practices in immigration, federal and state criminal defense, and international business. Focus areas are EB-5 investment, employment-based, and family immigration. The firm handles immigrant and non-immigrant visas, permanent residency, waivers and appeals, deportation or removal defense, and related matters. The founding member obtained her JD from Washington University and is native in English and Mandarin Chinese.
St. Louis, MO(314) 863-8887