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In 2019 The Law Office of Todd Becraft celebrated their tenth anniversary – ten years of assisting and fighting for the rights of immigrants from all over the world. In 2009 attorney Todd Becraft assumed the practice of Immigration Judge Timothy Everett when he left private practice to work for the Immigration and Customs Enforcement. Prior to 2009, attorney Todd Becraft worked with Judy Wood, known as “Saint Judy” as portrayed in the recent motion picture of the same name. Our firm assists immigrants in immigration court and at the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service. At a time when many in our country have forgotten their immigrant roots, we have strengthened our commitment to welcoming and assisting immigrants into our communities. Please contact us so that we can assist you and your family.
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