John Messing: Senior Counsel
John Messing, Tucson immigration lawyer

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Immigration Law
Tel: (520) 512-5432
Email: inquiry@messinglawoffices.com
Fax: (866) 641-2090
By John Messing

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Immigration Factoids ™
  Plea bargaining crimes of non-citizens requires careful attention to immigration consequences. Some crimes automatically result in deportation, but closely related crimes may have completely different immigration results. Convictions where legal advice about immigration consequences was ignored or deficiently given can sometimes be legally set aside.

Messing Law Offices: Immigration and Naturalization Services

Corporate Intl Magazine Legal Award Winner of the 2014 Corporate Intl Magazine Legal Award for ‘Immigration Law Firm of the Year in Arizona’.
American Immigration Lawyers Litigation Section

Welcome to Messing Law Offices

We limit our legal practice to immigration law. Immigration law is extremely technical and changes quickly. We do not believe that it should be practiced by a lawyer occasionally, or in conjunction with something else.

We are here to serve your legal needs.

Most potential clients "don't know what they don't know" when they first contact us. Immigration law is very complicated and the Government websites may not explain matters in a simple, straightforward way, but we can usually tell on the phone in a few minutes if we can help. Sometimes we do this after you fill out an online questionnaire for us, much like you might at a doctor's office on the first visit.

If we don't think the law supports what you are trying to do, we will tell you why as briefly as possible, and direct you to other possible resources as appropriate.

If we think that there is a useful solution, we will invite a person making an inquiry to an initial appointment to discuss it along with whatever paperwork exists or can be obtained readily.

There is a charge for the initial appointment, which creates a credit against future fees so it will not be wasted. At the appointment, we establish a confidential attorney-client relationship and open a case file. We orient the potential client using a direct, no-nonsense approach. We give an honest assessment about the chances of success, anticipated time frames, costs, and special problems, regardless of nationality, language, ethnicity, past mistakes, walk of life, or level of education.

If you are not confident discussing important matters in English, Mr. Messing speaks both Spanish and French.

Each initial consultation is conducted in a confidential attorney-client setting. We look at the case from different angles to find the best approach in terms of success, time, inconvenience and expense.

If we take a case, we feel a sense of duty. In most circumstances, we work on a fixed fee basis, rather than an hourly rate. This allows clients to know what the process will cost without undue surprises. Interest free installment plans are also available upon request.

The scope of services includes a variety immigration and naturalization matters, including family, work, prospective employment, and investment. Ms. Trull handles cases involving deportation defense and deferred action for childhood arrivals (DACA). Good representation in these areas can help avoid expense, inconvenience, heartache, and irrevocably lost opportunities.

We also advise clients on the immigration consequences of plea bargains as non-US citizen defendants.

As licensed Arizona lawyers whose expertise has been sought in media analyses of immigration laws, we can give guidance, advice, court assistance, and legal representation in the event of an immigration arrest or detention in Arizona, or for help to obtain immigration benefits.

Messing Law Offices, P.L.C. is an American immigration law firm serving southern Arizona and California, with over twenty-five continuous years of delivering professional results to clients.

At Messing Law Offices, we promptly respond to emailed inquiries and calls. We understand that immigration can be frustrating. No inquiry is normally answered later than next day or following a weekend, but our goal is to answer the same day. We welcome the opportunity to serve you. Click here to contact Messing Law Offices.

John Messing has been reappointed the Liaison from the American Bar Association (SciTech Section) to United States Citizenship & Immigration Services 2010-2012. Read the October 2011 Report on the USCIS proposed Transform E-filing System by John Messing, Tucson immigration lawyer.

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Here are some representative client testimonials:

SaMa - Feb 9, 2011
"Smart ,honnest, compassionate, great understanding of the immigration laws. john messing is the best lawyer you can get."

Leah - Sep 1, 2010
An exceptional immigration attorney Mr. Messing helped me sponsor my husband to come to the U.S. from France. Even though I was missing some of the income qualifications he found every possible solution to get us through the process successfully. I am very impressed with how smooth he made this process for us and quick w were approved by USCIS! We will be using him again in the future to apply for citizenship. I highly recommend Law Offices."

These and more testimonials can be viewed here

Messing Law Offices, P.L.C., based in Tucson, Arizona, provides immigration and naturalization attorney services to Eloy, Florence, Nogales, Sierra Vista, Tucson and Yuma as well as Coconino County, Gila County, Maricopa County, Pima County, Pinal County and Yavapai County. Immigration services also offered in San Diego and Southern California.

tel.: 520-512-5432
. Member, American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), American Bar Association (ABA).


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