He 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.
Willmoth is committed to being an energetic advocate for his clients.
“We believe that the Constitution of the United States applies to all those present, regardless of their immigration status. We believe that the rights afforded by the Constitution should be defended with zealous, creative, and fearless advocacy, and believe that the best form of advocacy on behalf of immigrants is to show the human side to the story.”
His website, www.Willmothlaw.com, details practice areas, information about Willmoth’s background and features a downloadable info sheet. Willmoth also authors a blog on the site that covers immigration-related topics and shares stories of the immigration process from the client’s perspective.
An active member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) and the Pennsylvania and Missouri Bar Associations, Willmoth received his undergraduate and law degrees from the University of Missouri — Kansas City. He also studied in Beijing, China and Austria.
He recently presented as a panelist at the 2009 AILA national conference and has written numerous articles for publications including Bender’s Immigration Bulletin. He is co-author of ‘Greencard: It’s Not Like in the Movies. How to Really Prepare Your Client for USCIS Permanent Residence and Naturalization Interviews Based on Marriage,” in the AILA Navigation the Fundamentals of Immigration Law, 2009-2010 Edition.
Attorney, Jonathan Willmoth has assisted individuals nationwide with their complex immigration issues. Our extensive experience representing clients ranges from international corporations to small start-up businesses, from highly-educated scientists to refugees and asylum seekers fleeing their home countries in fear. We can assist you to prepare for and implement the best strategy to attain your immigration-related goals.