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Handling complex immigration matters with a professional cost effective approach.Immigration law is complex, but John has developed a unique way to simplify even the hardest cases!
|IN||Active In Good Standing||1997||11/04/2016|
|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Rosalie Felton Scholarship||Indianapolis Bar Foundation||1995|
|Eagle Scout||Boy Scouts of America||1981|
|Founding Partner||Broyles Kight & Ricafort, PC||2002 - Present|
|Attorney||Lewis & Kappes, PC||1996 - 2002|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Mexican Secretary of Foreign Relations||Counsel to Mexican Consulate Indianapolis||2007 - Present|
|National Society of Hispanic MBAs||Indianapolis Chapter Counsel||2003 - Present|
|American Immigration Lawyers Association||N/A||2000 - Present|
|Indiana State Bar Association||N/A||1997 - Present|
|Indianapolis Bar Association||N/A||1997 - Present|
|Marion County Citizens Police Complaint Board||Chair||2009 - 2014|
|Angie's List||Businesses Busted for Hiring Illegal Workers||2015|
|Al Dia en America||Sobre la reforma migratoria del Presidente Obama||2014|
|Indianapolis Star||Mexican Consulate in Indy warns of immigration fraud||2014|
|Indiana Lawyer||Technology helps aid non-English-speaking litigants but has limits||2014|
|Indiana Lawyer||Proposals would add visas for STEM workers||2012|
|Luis Navarro News Blog - Univision||Nuevas Reglas de Inmigracion||2012|
|Indiana Lawyer||Knowing the possible consequences||2011|
|San Diego Immigrant Rights Consortium||Immigration bills signed amid arrests||2011|
|Indianapolis Star||Immigration bills signed amid arrests||2011|
|Fort Wayne Indiana Journal Gazette||State needs well-reasoned immigration policy||2008|
|The Banner, Jackson County, Indiana||Mexican Consulate sets up in Seymour||2008|
|Indiana University School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1997|
|DePauw University||Economics||BA - Bachelor of Arts||1991|
|Immigrant Justice Seminar||Advanced Issues in Provisional I-601A Waivers||2015|
|Indybar Bench Bar Conference||Immigration Consequences of Crime||2013|
|Understanding The Legal Needs Of Vulnerable Populations||Understanding The Legal Needs Of Vulnerable Populations||2012|
|Volunteer Lawyers Program in Fort Wayne, IN.||Fundamentals of U.S. Immigration Law||2011|
|Indiana Bar Association||Surviving And Thriving: Essentials For Starting Or Improving Your Solo/Small Practice||2011|
|Immigration Issues & Criminal Defense-Using Psychological & Addition Evaluation||Immigration Issues & Criminal Defense-Using Psychological & Addition Evaluation||2011|
|Associated Builders and Contractors of Indiana||ISHCC at Associated Builders and Contractors||2011|
|Year In Review 2010||Year In Review 2010: Indiana Law||2010|
|Indiana Bar Association||Surviving & Thriving||2010|
|Immigration Law CLE 2010||Grounds of Inadmissibility and Considerations in Representing the Unlawfully Present||2010|
|Bench Bar Conference||Immigration Issues That Impact Family Law Cases||2009|
|Indiana Continuing Legal Education Forum||19Th Annual Year In Review: Indiana Law||2008|
|Heartland Alliance Conference on Immigration Law||Basics In Immigration Law||2008|
|Heartland Alliance Basics of Immigration Law||Basics in Immigration Law||2008|
|Future State Leaders benefit from Discussion on Immigration||Capitol Forum Indiana||2005|
|National Business Institute||Capturing Key Evidence Through Electronic Discovery In Indiana||2003|
|Indiana Continuing Legal Education Forum||Year In Review: Indiana Law||2003|
|13Th Annual Year In Review||13Th Annual Year In Review: Indiana Law||2002|
|National Business Institute||Law Of The Internet In Indiana||2001|
|2001 Year in Review||2001 Year in Review: Indiana Law||2001|
|National Business Institute||E-Commerce In Indiana: Legal & Business Issues||2000|
|Indiana Bar Association||Ask A Lawyer Training||2000|
|National Business Institute||Internet Basics for the Indiana Attorney||1999|
Posted by Fernando
John has provided an impeccable service for the past 5 years in my long immigration journey composed of two H1-B Visas as well as a successful petition for residency status upon my marriage with an American Citizen. Throughout this time, John's legal advice has been invaluable, timely, candid, and optimal.
A couple of qualities that I admire about John the most are listed below:
1 - His personal interested in assisting the Latino community in the areas that he serves. As a Latino myself, I am honored to know that John has a high level of genuine interest in making a difference in the lives of the immigrants who are in need of legal guidance. John's level of interest is personal and goes beyond any financial benefit.
2 - Trust is not a soft skill, but rather something that can be measured. When dealing with an immigration procedure, you must trust in the work that your attorney is doing for you. During my 5 years of working with John, I never doubted in his ability to successfully represent me. With the constant changes in the law, John always kept me abreast of any necessary procedure(s) that affected my status in order to always remain in legal status following all of the necessary stipulations.
In closing, I have recently become a resident of this great country that has given me so much. Albeit I could have filed all of the necessary documents on my own without hiring John, I knew that his input would be invaluable when completing the application process. John went out of his way in always ensuring that all of the necessary bona-fide documents were being properly collected, and that the forms were completed accurately. Thanks to his guidance, the process was very smooth and I received my green card 10 days after being interviewed by the DHS. John was with my wife and I during the interview to ensure that the questions were just and that they met any legal guidelines. His presence during that critical step of the process provided us with a high level of comfort as we knew that we had an expert who was watching our backs.
If I could do this whole process all over again, I would undoubtedly select John and his team again as our legal experts.
Posted by Rob
I went to see Attorney Broyles not too long ago when I had to prepare to respond to immigration following an unsuccessful interview. He’s a great listener; he took his time to follow my very peculiar chain of events and was able to understand and analyze my case. He then engaged me in an open and sincere conversation about what my options were. He patiently responded to all my questions, even the dumb ones, and I thought he was very deliberate in the way he arrived at his decision on the best course of action to pursue. He was very personable overall; great lawyer, fantastic human being!
Posted by Ruth
By FAR the best immigration lawyer we've ever dealt with- and we've dealt with a few! He & his partner are the first lawyers we've consulted who were able to give us options on our complex immigration situation. John listened well, communicated clearly, was clued up and up-to-date on his information. It was clear they've dealt with a wide variety of nationalities and I HIGHLY recommend John & his team to anyone.
Enrique Flores, Personal injury Attorney
Relationship: Worked together on matter
I endorse John as an Immigration attorney. John has chosen an area of law that demands constant monitoring of the ever-changing Immigration code. He is compassionate and cares for his client's very diverse matters. The Immigrant community of Indianapolis has a great asset in John and Broyles Kight and Ricafort.
Elizabeth Crites, Immigration Attorney
Relationship: Worked for lawyer
I have worked for John Broyles for over five years. He is passionate about his work and the community he serves. John is innovative in his approach. He constantly seeks out ways to improve his work product and the service his firm provides. John does everything he can to make a client's stressful immigration case as painless as possible. I highly recommend John Broyles.
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