Attorney Brian T. Richards earned his bachelor's degree in 1992 from Grand Valley State University in Michigan. In the Spring of 1997, Brian received his Juris Doctor from Thomas M. Cooley Law School in Lansing, Michigan and he passed the Michigan State Bar Exam in July 1997. He was a member of faculty staff at Baker College for over two years and is currently on staff at Lansing Community College, where he has held a teaching position in the Business Careers Department/Legal Assistant Program since January 1999. He opened his Lansing-based practice in 1997, focusing primarily on Family Law and Domestic Relations and began specializing in Family-Based Immigration Law by 1999. The office has remained in the same Lansing location since opening. He is currently a member of the State Bar of Michigan and has been a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) since 2005.
Nikki received her business degree in June of 1997 and completed her Paralegal Certification in August of 1997. She has been working with Brian since 2001. She is the sole paralegal support staff in the office and holds full responsibility of preparing all forms and documents for submission, as well as ensuring that any changes to the USCIS and NVC processing procedures are adhered to when processing your immigration matter.
Our Principles that Guide us
Prompt and honest communication and dependability from our family to yours.
We believe that a client’s immigration case should consist of a sacred trust between the client and attorney. We believe that all clients are entitled to work with an attorney they can trust. We offer a free consultation in order to allow you to make an informed decision and feel comfortable that you are making the right choice in trusting our office to assist you.
Your calls will be returned promptly. I will keep you informed of your case status at all times and answer any and all issues that may concern you.
"I will act on your behalf without compromise. I will serve your interests alone and you can trust that what I advise will be accurate and reflect all that I stand for in my representation of you and your family." ~ Brian T. Richards