Jamison Associates


Solving Legal Problems
For 40 Years

Experienced Immigration Help In Northwest Missouri

Jamison Associates in Gladstone is a valuable resource for people seeking immigration services in the Greater Kansas City area. This law firm primarily focuses on the following areas of immigration law:

  • Family-based visas for spouses, children, parents, and fiancés or fiancées
  • Deportation defense
  • Advice on pathways to permanent residency or citizenship

If your immigration matter falls outside the areas handled by Jamison Associates, you can count on this law firm to refer you to an attorney well-suited to your case.

Family Visas — Work Visas — Green Cards — Asylum

I am attorney Kevin Jamison. I have practiced law in Missouri for 40 years. As you pursue a visa or green card (permanent residency) for yourself or a family member, I can help ensure that you complete all documentation accurately and in a timely manner. I can keep track of the status of your case and help you provide additional information as requested by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). I can prepare you for interviews with immigration officers when the time comes.

Perhaps you or a family member qualifies for asylum. I am prepared to conduct research to gather evidence in support of your application for asylum.

Deportation Defense And Criminal Defense

If you are at risk of deportation because of an expired visa or a criminal matter, I can guide you to the most effective resolution. I have won a number of deportation cases in the immigration court in Kansas City. I am also an experienced criminal defense lawyer. I know how to defend non-citizens accused of deportable crimes to hopefully avoid a conviction that would jeopardize your immigration status.

I can also help with record expungement to seal past criminal convictions that make it harder for immigrants to obtain employment or housing.

Get Advice And Help With Immigration Issues

Contact Jamison Associates by email or by calling 816-396-6382 to schedule a consultation with a lawyer on immigration matters such as family-based visas or deportation defense.