LaTanya Maria Jones | Bloomfield Immigration Lawyer | New Jersey
The Law Offices of LaTanya Maria Jones is an Immigration Law Firm dedicated exclusively to Immigration Law & Nationality Law. Our offices are located in New Jersey, but we represent clients Worldwide and we regularly appear in New Jersey and New York Immigration Courts.
LaTanya Maria Jones, the founding Immigration Attorney, has traveled extensively around the world and also lived and studied abroad in Guadalajara, Mexico. She has also worked at one of the top 100 law firms in the country. The combination of LaTanya's diverse cultural, educational, and professional background makes immigration law a natural fit for her and allows her to advocate in a versatile manner for her clients.
It is her mission to provide the highest level of representation to her clients. Simply put, she get results! Once you come to our office you will see how LaTanya and her staff are completely dedicated to helping clients get the best possible outcome in their case.
We understand that economic times are hard. We offer our clients competitive rates, affordable fees, flat fee services and payments plans that fit their budget.
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