Maria Jones Law Firm Attorneys Featured in Attorney At Law Magazine
The legal team at Maria Jones Law Firm has been published in several articles in the nationally recognized Attorney at Law Magazine.PRLog (Press Release) – Mar. 1, 2013 – Maria Jones Law Firm in Phoenix offers high-quality immigration services in a number of languages to unite families from being separated across borders. The legal team at Maria Jones Law Firm, including Maria herself, has been featured in the national trade publication Attorney at Law Magazine. The Phoenix edition of Attorney At Law Magazine features several original articles from Stephanie Corcoran, Maria Aparicio, James Winings, and Maria Jones of Maria Jones Law Firm. In these articles, each author takes an in-depth look into one of the many controversial aspects of immigration law in Arizona. The articles, written in Spanish and English, give their professional insight into situations that an immigrant may face while trying to become a citizen or permanent resident of the United States, such as getting arrested for a minor offense and other circumstances that might negatively affect one’s immigration process. The information in these legal articles is pertinent to those facing the immigration process, not only in the state of Arizona but in the United States, and also for other legal professionals to gain information into this legal industry niche. About Maria Jones Law Firm Maria Jones Law Firm was founded by Maria Jones, an immigrant herself, who emigrated from Russia at the age of 21. She is “an immigrant, for immigrants” who is passionate about providing the best legal guidance possible to help immigrants be united with their families and to gain citizenship. Her firm is multilingual, offering services in English, Spanish, Russian, Portuguese, Haitian Creole and French to assist clients from a range of cultural backgrounds. Phoenix immigration attorney Maria Jones and her legal team assist clients with a range of legal immigration services, from visas, waivers, and green cards to naturalization and citizenship.