Marcus A. Jarvis
Marcus Anton Jarvis was admitted to practice law in the State of Minnesota on May 10, 2002. He is licensed by the Minnesota Supreme Court and all Minnesota lower courts, such as the Minnesota Court of Appeals. He practices primarily in the areas of Immigration and Criminal Law.
Mr. Jarvis practices Immigration Law before the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and its related administrative agencies; the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA); Federal District Court of Minnesota; and the Eight Circuit Court of Appeals. He has also been admitted to the Federal Tax Court in Washington D. C.
Marcus Anton Jarvis was born in the Caribbean Island of Antigua and Barbuda, and is a Naturalized American Citizen. He has also been awarded with published decisions at the BIA and the Eight Circuit Court of Appeals. Mr. Jarvis holds a Bachelor’s degree in Avionics (Aircraft Electronics) from Embry Riddle Aeronautical University in Florida; a Juris Doctor (JD) from William Mitchell College of Law in Saint Paul, Minnesota; and a Masters in Business Administration from the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, Minnesota.
He is the owner and sole partner of Marcus-Jarvis Law Limited (formerly Jarvis and Associates, LLC, and Jarvis and Associates, PC), which has attained a number of successful appeals at the BIA and the Minnesota Court of Appeals.
(Translated by Google) Thank you, they were very professional and ethical with their work. Thank you. (Original) Gracias fueron muy profesionales y éticos con su labor mil gracias
Es un buen abogado amable y sinsero te ayuda hasta donde no poder. No te roba el dinero como otro abogado. Si no sabe ingles hay te ayudan en tu idioma. El defendió a mi esposo hizo todo lo posible para no separar la fam. Mas cuando va a nacer un bebe que necesita de su papa. Yo lo recomiendo.
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