Primary Office: San Antonio Phone: (210) 503-2800 Sheyla Sanchez is our immigration practice manager, aiding our immigration attorneys as well as our clients. Ms. Sanchez loves to help our clients and, in addition to her focus on immigration law, she has gained experience in family law, criminal law and business law. She is proud to provide the best customer service to our clients. Ms. Sanchez is a first generation immigrant and because of that she is fluent in English and Sp
Primary Office: Salt Lake City Phone: (801) 478-7770 Kelsey is a legal assistant to Clay Alger, a partner and immigration lawyer in our law firm’s Salt Lake City office. She has been with the firm since 2016. Kelsey’s professional experiences include being an intern with the Salt Lake City Police Department’s Victim Advocate’s unit and working as a Graduate Assistant at UNLV on a long-term study involving the effectiveness of Las Vegas’ Drug Court Program. She also worked Dis
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