Information About Us:

We are an experienced law firm in South Minneapolis, specializing in Immigration and Criminal Law. We provide advice and representation for all nationalities, in all areas of immigration law.

Our representation includes family and employment-based immigration processes, asylum, naturalization, TPS/deferred action, international adoption, work permits and representation before the Immigration Court. We are a multilingual office, offering representation in in English, Spanish, Portuguese, Tibetan, Hindi, Gujurati, Katchi, Swahili, and Urdu through our two full-time attorneys, Julie Carlson (Zimmer), Mirella Ceja-Orozco, and Daniel Marx, our Foreign Legal Consultant in Mexican law, Israel Esquivel Villanueva, our experienced and diverse support staff of  Tucker Carlson, Mara Marmolejo, Danny Butterfoss, Gabino Alvarez, Adriana Moto, and our law clerk, Ngawang Dolker.

We invite you to schedule a consultation with our attorneys to determine your immigration needs and how we can help. Consultations can be scheduled for Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and Saturdays from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. by calling #612.436.7105 or by e-mailing us through our website. The consultation fee is $50.00 which is requested to be prepaid by credit or debit card when scheduling the appointment or paid at the time of your appointment.

We are conveniently located by where many our clients shop, dine, and live at the corner of East Lake Street and Bloomington Avenue. Specifically, our offices are on the second floor of the La Mexicana Supermercado on the corner of East Lake Street and Bloomington Avenue, next to Plaza Verde and across the street from Centro Mercado and Guayaquil Restaurant. Free parking is provided behind our building in the lot accessible from Bloomington Avenue.

We look forward to helping you with your immigration needs as our office is culturally diverse and we are either first generation immigrants ourselves or have spent a significant time living abroad so we understand the challenges, concerns, and needs you have. 

Breaking News!

Provisional Waivers began  March 4, 2013. Call to see if you qualify.

New Deferred Action Policy for Dreamers (Click for more info).

If you believe you qualify for the new policy or have questions, give us a call to set up a consultation.

Beware of Fraud and Notarios!
Requests for deferred action will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis, and not every young immigrant will qualify. Individuals who are found to be ineligible due to criminal history or because they represent a danger to the community may be subject to removal or other immigration enforcement action.