Alicia Heflin | Phoenix Immigration Lawyer
I am an Arizona native, raised in southeastern Arizona where immigration issues have been a hot topic for many years. While working as a paralegal in in various legal areas, including criminal and family law, I took an interest in immigration law. In 2006, while attending law school, I started working in a immigration firm and I quickly realized that I wanted to use my legal skills and knowledge to help individuals navigate our complicated immigration system and be an advocate for those who want to call our great nation "home."
American Immigration Lawyers Association
American Bar Association
Maricopa County Bar Association
Supreme Court of Arizona
Registry Adjustment granted under INA Sec. 249 for Canadian national residing in the United States since June 1968.
|Honors & Awards:|
2006 - Best Oral Appellate Advocate
2006 - Best Overall Appellate Advocate
2006 - Merit Scholarship, Phoenix School of Law
I typically charge a flat fee for most cases and accept monthly payments.
My offices hours are 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. Consultations are also available by appointment in the evenings and on Saturdays.
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