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Practice Areas

  • Business Immigration
  • Citizenship
  • Consular Law
  • Deportation
  • Employment Authorizations
  • Employment Immigration
  • Employment Visas
  • Family Immigration Law
  • Immigration Discrimination
  • Investor Visas
  • Labor Certifications
  • Permanent Visas
  • Political Asylum
  • Refugee Law
  • Visas
  • Removal Proceedings
  • Religious Visas
  • Appellate Practice
  • Federal Litigation
  • International Litigation
  • Litigation
  • Immigration and Naturalization
  • Asylum
  • Diplomatic Immunity
  • Immigration Law
  • International Law
  • International Trade
  • Customs Seizures
  • Customs Law
  • Import and Export Law


1994, Michigan and U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Michigan; 1997, U.S. Court of Appeals, Sixth Circuit

Law School

Wayne State University, J.D.


American Immigration Lawyers Association, American Bar Association.


Michigan Assistant Attorney General, 1997-2006. Guest Lecturer, Wayne State Univ. Law School and University of Detroit-Mercy Law School, 2010-2012 school years. Guest speaker for Washtenaw County Bar Association “Bias Awareness Week,” October 2010. Trained Daimler-Chrysler employees on conducting sexual harassment investigations, April 2002. Trained mental health and social workers on matters involving the law and HIV/AIDS at Mercy College, 1998. Legal defense team representing Romanian stowaways regarding their political asylum cases, 1994-1995. Presented published article at Wayne State University and Michigan State Medical Society’s Hutzel Hospital Conference, “How AIDS Law in Michigan Affects Mental Health Practitioners,” 1993.



Published Cases

Johnson v Secretary of State, 224 Mich App 158; 568 NW2d 373 (1997); Sanchez v. Lagoudakis II, 458 Mich 704; 581 NW2d 257 (1998) (amicus curiae for Michigan Civil Rights Commission and Michigan Department of Civil Rights); Sharp v. City of Lansing, 464 Mich 792; 629 NW2d 873 (2001) (amicus curiae for Michigan Civil Rights Commission and Michigan Department of Civil Rights).