Before having the opportunity to practice law, Burke worked side by side with people wishing for a better life in the United States. Now practicing immigration and Social Security disability law, our firm seeks to help those who often see themselves against a system they cannot overcome. We feel as though we're always doing our best to protect the underdog.
Yes. For those qualifying for T (victims of human trafficking) or U (victims of crimes) visas, we may offer pro bono services if they would not be able to afford legal representation otherwise.
We seek to assist those who may not be able to qualify for help from charitable organizations, but at the same time do not have the resources to pay for a private attorney.
We believe we may be the only source of help they may have and if the client is willing to pay for all filing fees, then our services are offered free of charge.
Our website is always continuing to educate our clients so that they may assist themselves in furthering their case. Once someone becomes a client, they have access to our client area in which they are free to use the resources we have compiled.
We believe our relationship with our clients is a partnership. Working together, is the means by which we both can achieve the desired goal.
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