Our Immigration Attorneys and Legal Staff

The Quiroga Law Office, PLLC has seven attorneys on staff. They are Casey Quiroga, Hector Quiroga, Maria E. Quiroga, Clayton Cook-Mowery, Michelle Myers, Maria E. Silva, and David Scholl.

The firm also employs three paralegals, three legal assistants, a legal receptionist, a managing director, a director of operations, an Immigration Director, four administrative assistants, three bilingual assistants and one chief technology officer. The firm has offices in Spokane, Washington and Tri-Cities (Kennewick Washington).

 

Casey’s Immigration Focus Areas:

  • Employment

  • Investor

  • Family Immigration

  • Special Immigrant Visas

  • Citizenship

Casey also handles matters at the appellate level (both, federal court and the Washington State Supreme Court).

Read more about Casey Quiroga here.

Hector’s Immigration Focus Areas:

  • Family Immigration

  • Employment

  • Waivers

  • Deportation Defense

  • Citizenship

Hector is also an adjunct professor at
Gonzaga University School of Law.

Read more about Hector Quiroga here.

Maria’s Immigration Focus Areas:

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  • Waivers

  • Immigration Appeals

  • Family Petitions

  • Asylum

  • Deportation Defense

Maria is licenced to practice law in Nevada

Read more about Maria Quiroga here.

Clayton’s Immigration Focus Areas:

  • Waivers

  • Visas

  • Family Petitions

  • Asylum

  • Immigration Appeals

Clayton graduated magna cum laude from
Michigan State University College of Law
and he is licenced to practice law in Washington.

Read more about Clayton Cook-Mowry here.

Michelle’s Immigration Focus Areas:

  • Family Immigration

  • Waivers

  • Asylum

  • Temporary Protected Status

Michelle is licenced to practice law in Washington.

Read more about Michelle Myers here.

David’s Immigration Focus Areas:

  • U Visas and Victims of Crime

  • Asylum

  • Waivers

  • Family Petitions

  • Immigration Appeals

David is licenced to practice law in Washington.

Read more about David Scholl here.

Greg’s Immigration Director Main Duties:

  • Draft pleadings

  • Interview immigration clients

  • Assist clients with legal declarations and affidavits

  • Prepare files for hearings and interviews

  • Review evidence and draft legal strategy

Greg graduated magna cum laude from Seattle
University. He also has a master’s degree from
Eastern Washington University.

Read more about Greg Cunningham here.

Joe’s Director of Operations Main Duties:

  • Draft pleadings

  • Interview clients

  • Assist clients with legal declarations and affidavits

  • Prepare files for court hearings and trials

  • Review evidence and draft legal strategy

Joe is a valedictorian in paralegal studies in Spokane Valley, Washington.

Read more about Joseph Rouse here.

Kari’s Managing Director Main Duties:

  • Ensure the office is operating efficiently

  • Maintains relationships with the office clients

  • Training and developing office staff

  • Handle the office hiring procedures

  • Cost reduction of the firm operations

  • Manage vendors relationships and accounts

Kari has extensive experience with client relations and developing successful plans for maintaining high quality assurance.

Read more about Kari Milich here.

Stevan’s Chief Technology Officer Main Duties:

  • Software and database engineering

  • IT management

  • Cloud computing

  • Database administration

  • Network design and implementation

Read more about Stevan Veselinovic here.

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Austin’s Paralegal Main Duties:

  • Draft complex legal memorandums, orders, and motions

  • Drafting documents by customized standards

  • Preparing legal contracts

  • Leagal research and writing

  • Assist attorneys prepare for hearings and help in court when needed

  • Remain main point of contact between office and client

Austin’s goal is to become an attorney. He is working on acquiring legal experience before and during his academic program.

Read more about Austin Roberts here.

 

Amy’s Paralegal Main Duties:

  • First point of contact for the firm

  • In charge of the firm’s and attorneys’ schedules

  • Ensure client paperwork is ready for consultation

  • Perform conflict of interest checks

  • First point of contact for all clients

  • In charge of client satisfaction and relations

Read more about Amy Gilliam here.

Carol’s Paralegal Duties:

  • Case preparation

  • USCIS data processing

  • Updating clients on case status

  • Drafting correspondence to government agencies and clients

Read more about Carol Morales here.

 

Christian’s Legal Assistant Main Duties:

  • Perform courier deliveries

  • Draft contact and case status update letters to clients

  • Correspond with clients to move matters toward a sucessful completion

  • Manage the Tri-Cities (Richland) Washington Office

  • Client intake representative

Read more about Christian Garcia here

 

Melissa’s Legal Receptionist Duties:

  • Clients’ first point of contact

  • Initial document and waiver preparation

  • Responsible for client and document intake

  • Answer all incoming calls

  • Scheduling client appointments

Read more about Melissa Markley here.

 

Sierra’s Administrative Assistant Duties:

  • Tracks official document pathways

  • Coordinates and sorts all incoming correspondence

  • Files all legal documents

  • Collects all correspondence for paralegals

Read more about Sierra Carrillo here.

 

Leonel’s Administrative Assistant Main Duties:

  • Document management

  • Answering in-coming calls

  • Tracking documents and filing

  • Collecting and sorting correspondance

  • Bilingual services

Read more about Leonel Delgado here.

 

Alejandra’s Bilingual Secretary Main Duties:

  • Spanish Group Leader

  • Translate/Interpret for Spanish speaking clients

  • Handle Spanish speaking client’s intake paperwork

  • Maintain the firm’s Spanish documents

  • First Point of Contact for Spanish Speaking Clients

  • In charge of the firm’s and attorneys’ schedules

Although not an attorney, Alejandra attended law school for three years. She also studied international trade and business.

Read more about Alejandra Farfan here.

 

Beatriz’s Bilingual Secretary Main Duties:

  • Document translation and interpretive services

  • Handle Spanish speaking clients intake paperwork

  • First point of contact for client calls

  • Assists with social media publications and responses

 

 

Andres’ Bilingual Secretary Main Duties:

  • Translate and interpret for Spanish speaking clients

  • Handle Spanish speaking clients’ intake paperwork

  • Maintain the firm’s Spanish documents

  • Client support and facilitating on all levels of communication

 

Carmen’s Bilingual Secretary Main Duties:

  • Translate and interpret for Spanish speaking clients

  • Handle Spanish speaking clients’ intake paperwork

  • Maintain the firm’s Spanish documents

  • Client support and facilitating on all levels of communication

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Joanne’s Technical Assistant Main Duties:

  • Backs up all databases

  • Maintains integrity of the online systems

  • Ensures company documents are secured

  • Maintains firm schedule back up

 

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You can also contact the Quiroga Law Office, PLLC through our contact page or by calling 509-927-3840.

 

Quiroga Law Office Team

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