Council Resources for AILA Missouri-Kansas Chapter:
Your Council Ambassador: Jonathan Willmoth
Willmoth Immigration Law, LLC
About Jonathan: Jonathan Willmoth, Owner and Attorney, is a proud and active member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), having recently presented as a panelist at the 2009, 2011, and 2013 AILA national conferences. He is the current Chair of the Missouri-Kansas Chapter of AILA, and serves on the AILA national Student and Scholars Committee.
Jonathan has broad experience in most areas of immigration law, having practiced exclusively in this field since graduation from law school more than eleven years ago. His experience is nation-wide having practiced in Kansas City, Missouri and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Jonathan has represented large corporate clients, small businesses, families and individuals seeking relief from removal (deportation), as well as immigration-related litigation before District Courts, Circuit Courts, the Board of Immigration Appeals and Immigration Courts.
Your Council Ambassador: Kenneth Schmitt
US Legal Solutions
About Kenneth: Ken is a founder and principal of US Legal Solutions. He has practiced law in the St. Louis Metropolitan area for over twenty years and in the last fifteen years, has focused a substantial and increasing portion of his professional time representing immigrants and their employers and families in a variety of immigration and other matters.
Ken received his Juris Doctorate cum laude from St. Louis University School of Law in 1993, his Master of Arts in Public Administration from St. Louis University in 1993 and his Bachelor of Arts in Biology and Political Science from St. Louis University in 1989. He is a graduate of St. Pius X High School in Festus, Missouri. He is a lifetime resident of Missouri, was raised in Jefferson County and currently resides in the City of St. Louis,
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