I received my law degree from the University of Cincinnati in 1978 and a Master’s of... more
I received my law degree from the University of Cincinnati in 1978 and a Master’s of Business Administration in Taxation from Golden Gate University in 1984. I received my Bachelor’s degree from Bowling Green State University. Since 1984 my practice has been limited to U.S. immigration and naturalization law with an emphasis in employment-based immigration (including investor visas, religi... view profile
AmberBlasingame has worked in immigration law since 1995, including managing the... more
AmberBlasingame has worked in immigration law since 1995, including managing the immigration team in the US and Canada for one of the Big 4 accounting firms multi-national consulting practices and working for Joseph Law Firm as a case manager. Ms. Blasingame earned her law degree from the University of Denver, where she was a senior staff editor on the Denver University Law Review, particip... view profile
Immigration attorneys (sometimes called “green card lawyers”) represent people who want to come to the United States, whether it be for schooling, work, or just a visit. Immigration lawyers can also help “illegal” immigrants found living in the U.S. without permission. Immigration laws govern who can enter the U.S., how long they can stay, what they can do while they are here, and how they can become American citizens. If you are not a U.S. citizen and want to apply for a green card or other visa, or if you are already in the U.S. and have been threatened with deportation, an immigration lawyer can help you.