The U.S. federal government controls who may
represent clients in immigration actions at 8 Code of Federal Regulations 292.1. As a member
of the Kansas bar, Mr. Alfred is eligible to represent you from his
suburban Kansas City home office in immigration matters to any of the
agencies of the U.S. government-- Citizenship and Immigration
Services, Immigration and Customs Enforcement, Customs and Border
Protection, Executive Office for Immigration Review, and the
Department of State-- anywhere in the world. However, his ability to
represent you is strictly limited to matters of U.S. immigration
and naturalization law. If you need legal advice on, or representation for, any matter
related to family law, criminal law, or any other legal matter outside of
the scope of U.S. immigration law, you must consult an attorney
licensed in the relevant jurisdiction.
This means that in this particular instance, globalization is working for you! Most immigration cases outside of immigration court do not require the physical presence of an attorney at interviews with government agencies. As a result, you are free to shop around for an immigration attorney outside of your immediate geographic area. Mr. Alfred is committed to the efficient use of e-mail, postal service, and the telephone to save overhead and minimize legal fees. He has successfully represented in immigration matters clients from all over the world and throughout the United States. You can hire an attorney educated at the best universities and with big city work experience at prices from the heartland of America!