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Immigration Lawyer In Columbus Ohio : Brian A. Walker

601 South High Street
Suite 200
Columbus, OH 43215
ph: 1-614-228-4992
bwalker@wklawoffice.com
http://wklawoffice.com/
  • Family Visas 
  • Green Cards
  • Fiancee Visas
  • Waivers
  • Employment Visas
  • Removal/Deportation
  • Citizenship
BRIAN A. WALKER - Representing people and their surviving family members in personal injury and wrongful death cases. Representing people in individual and family immigration matters before USCIS and defending those in removal and deportation cases in immigration courts.Memberships Past or Present: Ohio State Bar Association, Columbus Bar Association, Central Ohio Association for Justice (f/k/a Franklin County Trial Lawyers Association), Ohio Association for Justice, American Immigration Lawyers Association. Education: Ohio State University College of Law (J.D., National Moot Court Team, 1989) Franklin University (B.S., cum laude, 1986) Bar Admissions: Ohio, U.S. District Court Southern District of Ohio, U.S. 6th Circuit Court of Appeals.

©2012, Brian A. Walker, Walker Law Office. All rights reserved. A lawyer at WalkerLaw Office can represent clients anywhere in Ohio in all courts of Ohio, including Columbus, Dublin, Cleveland, Cincinnati, Toledo, Akron, Youngstown, Springfield, Dayton, Lima, Circleville, Westerville, Worthington, Canal Winchester, Newark, Lancaster, Chillicothe, London, Marsyville, Zanesville, Bellefontaine, Portsmouth, Logan, Waverly, Mansfield, Franklin County, Fairfield County, Madison County, Union County, Delaware County, Licking County, Knox County, Pickaway County, Ross County, Perry County, Union County, Muskingum County, Scioto County, Athens County, Hocking County, Pike County, Montgomery County, Clark County, Richland County, Ashland County, Gallia County and Champaigne County. Immigration clients can be represented across the USA for all immigration matters including family, visitor, fiancé, fiancee, and K-1 visas, green card, naturalization, citizenship, deportation, and removal matters.