Since helping found Broyles Kight & Ricafort, PC nearly 15 years ago, I've dedicated my practice to immigration lawand have helped tens of thousands of foreign nationals with legal matters.
I help students, employees, and families. I'm passionate about helping foreign students make the transition to temporary non-immigrant workers and eventually to green card holders. I also enjoy representing those clients who face complex or difficult immigration situations associated with obtaining waivers of inadmissibility. I take pride in the number of people my firm has helped to open and operate successful businesses in the U.S.
I work to make your role easier. As an entrepreneur myself (and a previous IT technician), I believe in using technology to make it cheaper and more efficient for people to get help with their immigration concerns. I also use social media to keep my clients informed.
Your experience is important to me. That's why I research rigorously to make my clients' cases as strong as possible. It's also why I constantly search for ways to make your experience with BKR better.
From your first experience with firm, we hope you notice some of the ways in which we've worked to make our service outstanding. If there's something you liked or something you didn't, don't hesitate to let me know. I live for feedback.
I'm not satisfied until I've learned more.
I believe in learning through experience. For this reason, I've arranged team visits to consulates and Immigration Service Centers in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico City, Guadalajara, Vietnam, and even the USCIS's Nebraska Service Center. We've been able to talk to immigration officers and adjudicators to learn some of the behind-the-scenes processes.
All this helps us tailor clients' cases to the government's expectations and make them as strong as possible.
I'm part of this community too.
In addition to assisting clients professionally, I've long served on a number of community boards. Of particular honor was my selection by the Mexican Secretary of Foreign Relations to represent the Government of Mexico and its consulate in Indianapolis for over 10 years.
I grew up near Louisville and attended DePauw University, where I later coached a cycling team. I received my law degree from Indiana University School of Law- Indianapolis in 1997.
Outside the office, I enjoy running, piloting, and training our Yorkshire Terrier, Caesar. I live in Indianapolis with my wife, Angela, our daughter, and our college-age son — when he decides to come home from Indiana University to visit.