For centuries, people have migrated from one country to another in search for better quality of life or more opportunities. However, as the years go by and nations change, migration is not as simple as it once was and it requires going through thorough processes to comply with each country’s regulations.
Among the first options that most migrants consider is the United States of America because it is a country that enjoys an extensive democratic tradition and where any person can achieve self-improvement and improve their quality of life through their own efforts.
The situation is that many people do not know the immigration laws and procedures of the United States and for that reason, the process of migration is more cumbersome, so it is recommended to seek the services of people who specialize in the field of immigration.
Among those, Sheree Wright, Esq. stands out. She is the founder of IBF Law Group, a professional and passionate firm of immigration lawyers. She graduated from DePaul University in 2013 with a B.A. in Political Science.
In her years of practice as an attorney, Sheree worked as an investigator at the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) in downtown Chicago. At that time she investigated cases involving employment discrimination on the basis of age, race, sex, gender, or disability in Fortune 500 companies.
Practice areas in which Sheree excels include immigration, business strategies, family law, employment law, sports law, and entertainment law. To provide immigration services, Sheree founded IBF Law Group, which has excellent professionals who offer personalized treatment to their clients.
“At IBF Law Group, we have extensive knowledge of immigration law. We work closely with you throughout your case and keep you informed at every stage of the process, we can secure the services of an interpreter for any language to provide you with the personalized attention and quality representation you deserve.” Sheree says.
Whether you are dealing with an immigration issue as an individual or related to your employment, family, or education, the immigration attorneys at IBF Law Group are here to help.
Recently, Sheree was interviewed by Lorie Valdez in her show “Stand Up With Lorie”, where they discussed the work that IBF does and the services they offer. Check out the interview here.
Most of the attorneys working at IBF Law Group are immigrants themselves, so they understand the desire to fight for a better life in the United States and the stress that arises during the legal immigration process.
“Our Phoenix immigration attorney is dedicated to helping our clients navigate the complexities of the law. We offer a consultation so that you get advice specific to your situation.” She adds.
Sheree is also the co-founder of a non-profit organization called The Wright Way Foundation, which seeks to decrease poverty and homelessness while generating and providing the necessary educational resources to support youth, families, groups, and educators in Jamaica.
Through charitable events, the foundation seeks to maintain an interest in the financial development of underprivileged youth with tools that will enable them to pursue their own future interests.
The foundation is a major contributor to civil society in Jamaica, especially as it relates to social and educational outreach projects with local orphanages and educational institutions.
Sheree has served as a board member and treasurer of the Black Law Students Association (BLSA). She was recognized as an outstanding member during her time there. She was also a member of the Sports Lawyers Association (SLA), and today serves on the Young Lawyers Division of the American Bar Association.
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