The Law Office of Brent K. Newcomb
Immigration and Naturalization Law Chicago, Illinois
Opening in 2001, the Law Office of Brent K. Newcomb has been solely devoted to the practice of immigration and naturalization law. Our office offers diverse US immigration legal services including immigrant and non-immigrant options for investors, professionals, students, fiance(e)s, spouses, family members, asylum/refugee cases, and any others wishing to move permanently or temporarily to the United States. We also have tremendous experience in defending the rights of those in deportation hearings.
Our law office offers experience and expertise in handling complex legal issues that confront individuals and companies in today’s global economy.
Located just west of Chicago, IL, our office is available to assist clients around the world and is able to handle cases for clients regardless where they in the United States they wish to work or live.
My office has a professional commitment to providing all clients with first-rate legal advice and services on a prompt and efficient basis.
You may contact the office by telephone or e-mail to set up a consultation and I will be glad to help you with detailed information to assist you in the immigration process.
Attorney at Law
FALLS CHURCH, Va. (AP) – Attorney General Jeff Sessions told a group of new immigration judges Monday they have an obligation to decide cases efficiently in a system besieged by ballooning dockets and lengthy backlogs. Speaking to the group of 44 new judges – the largest class of immigration judges in U.S. history – Sessions […]
http://www.foxnews.com/opinion/2018/06/24/heres-how-to-solve-immigration-crisis.html The American people need to have a realistic, rational conversation about our immigration policy moving forward to determine our nation’s future. By our nature, we are a generous and caring people. We are pained to hear the cries of children separated from their parents at our southern border, even when the parents have violated […]
WASHINGTON – The Trump administration said Thursday it plans to circumvent a longstanding court agreement that governs how children are treated in immigration custody, in part to detain families longer as a way to deter migrants from crossing the Southwestern border illegally. The Homeland Security Department announced proposed regulations that would terminate the so-called Flores […]