Kirton McConkie's immigration attorneys handle the full-spectrum of immigration matters from employment-based immigration to family-based immigration.
We work with employers trying to supply worker visas and stay in compliance with immigration requirements and we work with individuals and families for non-immigrant and immigrant visas, naturalization and U.S. citizenship. Our attorneys also assist with administrative and federal judicial reviews.
Our Immigration group is one of 50 in the nation specializing in Religious Worker Visas.
Each attorney in this group has served as the chairperson for the Utah chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) as well as national leadership roles in the immigration field and many regularly lecture on the nuances of immigration law for the Utah State Bar, the Utah Chamber of Commerce, law schools and other organizations. Our attorneys also advise the Utah State Legislature regarding immigration issues and are legal counsel to International Consulates throughout the U.S.
The attorneys in this group are fluent in multiple languages including Spanish, Portuguese, French, Italian, Greek, German, Polish and Russian.
Recent Blog Posts
- USCIS Publishes Final Rule For Certain Employment-Based Immigrant and Nonimmigrant Visa Programs
- American Immigration Lawyers Association shares online resources to help understand new DHS final rule
- U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services publishes an extension of Temporary Protected Status
- U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) publishes extension of Temporary Protected Status for eligible nationals of Honduras
- U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services published a policy memorandum in the decision of Matter of Z-A, Inc.
- USCIS published notice of proposed rulemaking in Federal Register inviting public comment
- Department of Homeland Security issues final rule for international students with F-1 visas and Optional Practical Training
- Changes to U.S. immigration regulations extends the "240-day rule" to persons with temporary H-1B1, E-3, and CW-1 work visas
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Perspective: Kirton McConkie Law Blog
Articles & White Papers
- July 17, 2015InsideCounsel
- Less Can Accomplish More for Immigration Reform2015Litigation Strategies For Immigration Issues
- June 19, 2015InsideCounsel
- May 15, 2015InsideCounsel
- April 30, 2015Immigration Law360
- April 2015Utah Employment Law Letter
- October 2014Utah Employment Law Letter
- December 2013Utah Business
- March 18, 2013Law360
- September 16, 2012Utah Employment Law Letter
- August 18, 2015Press Release
- August 18, 2014Press Release
- August 15, 2013Press Release
- September 13, 2012Press Release
- August 23, 2012Press release