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B.A. [Southwest] Texas State University 2001

J.D. Northern Kentucky University 2007

Member, Kentucky State Bar

Member, American Immigration Lawyers Association

Alice H. Kay

Mrs. Kay has been working in the field of US Immigration law since 2004. She began her career as a law clerk at an Immigration Law firm in Cincinnati Ohio where she worked during law school.  Upon graduation in 2007, she moved to her own private practice as an attorney in Kentucky. In 2010, Mrs. Kay and her family relocated back to Houston, Texas when she began working for the US Department of Homeland Security, Immigration and Customs Enforcement in the Office of the Chief Counsel. Mrs. Kay was an immigration prosecutor for the US government for several years, and gained a reputation with both private attorneys and judges as being a fair and consistent prosecutor.  Mrs. Kay returned to private practice in 2015, and has been helping immigrants and families ever since. Mrs. Kay lives in Klein, TX with her husband and children. She is a former foster parent, and advocates for the rights of children and families in Texas. She regularly attends and volunteers at Champion Forest Baptist Church.

Immigration Attorney


Wilmer J. Rivera

Immigration Paralegal

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Mr. Rivera was born and raised in Houston TX. His parents are originally from Central America, and at a young age they decided to be courageous and make their journey to the U.S. At 5 years old, Wilmer remembers ruining his mom's pots and pans as he was experimenting and dreamed of having his own drum set. At 8 years old his dream became a reality and he got his first drum set. He's alway been in ministry serving in the worship bands at his local church. His whole life he's loved music, art and anything creative until this day. Wilmer finished school in 2015, pursued worship ministry and creative communications and is still heavily involved in those pursuits. Now he has developed a new passion and is working here at our firm as an Immigration Paralegal. Wilmer currently lives in Houston TX and also serves at his local church, Champion Forest Baptist Church in the worship ministry. He has grown a love for the Immigration process because he can only remember and think of his parents and the help they never got. He wants to help other families dreams become a reality.

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