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ATTORNEY PROFILE

Bar Admissions
California Supreme Court 1996
United States District Court (Northern District of California) 2000
United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit 2000
Supreme Court of the United States 2007

Professional Associations and Memberships
American Immigration Lawyers Association
American Bar Association
California State Bar Association

Pro Bono Activities
Voluntary Immigration Program (VIP) State Bar of California, Pro Bono Attorney

Education
Golden Gate University JD San Francisco, California 1995
University of Illinois MS Nutritional Science, Urbana, Illinois 1986
University of Illinois AB Biological Toxicology, Urbana, Illinois 1983

Deportation Defense

Strong and Aggressive Deportation Defense

Once people come to the United States, their birthplace may seem like a far-off place. The life they have created here is paramount, and the thought of having to leave the United States can be frightening.

At the Law Office of Alison Dixon, deportation defense is a substantial part of my practice. Myself and my law firm staff understand the tough emotional and legal challenges our clients face. We work conscientiously to make sure that they receive the best possible outcome in court, as well as providing the practical support necessary to get through this often difficult time.

Creative Solutions to Complex Immigration Cases — 415-743-9319

A victorious deportation defense requires many skills, and my office is well prepared for the challenge. My firm outrivals others at trial work and has handled thousands of deportation defense cases.. When we take a deportation defense case, we prepare it completely, using creative solutions that take many things into account including relevant case law, immigration statutes and public policy issues.

There are several reasons courts may find someone removable from the United States:
• Entry without a visa;
• Staying longer than the time allowed;
• Committing a crime

The best way to learn about how to stop deportation is to schedule a confidential consultation with Alison Dixon. To contact us, call 415-743-9319.