I graduated from the prestigious Boalt Hall School of Law at UC Berkeley in 2002. Prior to that, I graduated first in my entire class with a degree in Communication Studies from Loyola Marymount University. I'm a lifelong activist for human rights (as well as animal and environmental causes). I have also worked as a professor of Communication and have worked as an editor for many prestigious publications. I am proud to say that I know how to write a compelling story and I believe that is what makes me such an effective immigration attorney. My job is to tell your story in a way that gets you the approval you need from the decision makers in USCIS or the judge. You can count on me to do it right and get you approved because what those decision makers need more than anything is to really understand your story. You need an effective communicator to accomplish that goal. I come from a family of immigrants. I get it. I also know that many clients suffer needlessly when their lawyers do not return their calls and they are left wondering what is going on. I make sure my clients never feel this way. I look forward to meeting you in person at our free consultation (yes, in person, not just on the phone), or we can speak on the phone instead, if you prefer. We have translators standing by for almost any language in the world! Once you hire me, you can be confident every step of the way that we will succeed in our goals, until it happens and you get your approval. Let me take some of the stress out of this process. Get the personal attention and help that you deserve!
- Immigration Law
- Free Consultation
Make an appointment for your free consultation in our office in Sacramento. I will meet with you, in person, giving you my full attention as we discuss your needs. If you would prefer, we can consult over the phone or via FaceTime or Skype instead.
- Credit Cards Accepted
Visa and Mastercard, also PayPal and Venmo
- Rates, Retainers and Additional Information
Payment plans available for those who qualify. Some cases taken at a reduced fee rate, or even pro bono, depending on the nature of the case.
- Immigration Administrative-International
- English: Spoken, Written
- University of California - Berkeley
- J.D. (2002) | Law
- Activities: Editor of law journal: Ecology Law Quarterly.
- Loyola Marymount University
- B.A. (1999) | Communication Studies
- Honors: Invited to be Valedictorian (declined). Was number one in class. Magna Cum Laude. High Honors.
- District of Columbia Bar # 495342
- - Current
- The Law Offices of Carey & Acree