Bay Area Immigration Attorneys
At the San Francisco immigration law firm of Wiley & Jobson, our mission is to provide exceptional client services to immigrants and their families from all over the world. We have helped clients from more than 75 countries, and we are familiar with political conditions and cultural norms around the world. The attorneys and staff of our firm believe immigrants make enormous contributions to our community and that they in turn deserve legal representation of the highest quality.
Our immigration practice helps families reunite and stay together. We assist individuals with filing relative petitions and applying for permanent resident and U.S. citizenship. We defend persons facing deportation or removal from the United States on the basis of immigration violations or criminal charges. We are also on the cutting edge of immigration law developments concerning domestic violence victims and gay, lesbian and transgender asylum applicants.
California immigration attorney Joye Wiley has more than 15 years of experience with visa and citizenship issues in the U.S., focusing on family immigration, removal defense, and asylum. She has lived and worked abroad, is fluent in Portuguese and Spanish, and has served in leadership positions in several professional organizations for immigration lawyers.
Cara Jobson, a graduate of the University of California at Berkeley's Law School (Boalt Hall), is an expert in LGBT asylum issues and a skilled appellate lawyer, and frequently handles immigration issues with constitutional implications before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. She has lived in Mexico and El Salvador and is fluent in Spanish.
For more information, contact an immigration and naturalization lawyer at Wiley & Jobson in downtown San Francisco.