Andy is an associate at Hacking Immigration Law, LLC. Andy began work at Hacking Immigration Law as a law student intern and has stayed on following his graduation and admission to the Missouri Bar. He works on a wide range of the Firm’s projects, including petitions filed by U.S. citizens and lawful permanent residents on behalf of their spouses, children or relatives, business visas including H1-Bs and E2 investor visas, student visas, and helping to represent clients in removal proceedings.
Andy is a graduate of Washington University School of Law here in St. Louis. During law school, in addition to his internship at Hacking Immigration Law, Andy was selected to intern with the Memphis Immigration Court where he worked closely with the judges. In addition, he spent a summer during law school working at a legal aid organization in South Africa on, among other matters, projects related to immigrant and refugee issues.