Christine Y. Seminario

Christine

Since law school, Ms. Seminario has focused her practice in immigration law, where she has gained valuable experience in family-based adjustments, immigration benefits, consular processing, removal defense, and U-visa/VAWA cases. In addition to immigration, Ms. Seminario has expanded her practice to include bankruptcy and family law.

Education

  • University of Utah, B.S. in Finance, 2010
  • Brigham Young University Law School, 2013

Practice Areas

  • Immigration
  • Family/Divorce
  • Bankruptcy

Languages

  • English
  • Spanish

Professional Associations

  • ABA, American Immigration Lawyers Association
  • Utah Minority Bar Association

Personal

Ms. Seminario is a native of Los Angeles. She moved to Utah in 2006 after serving a mission in the Canary Islands for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She attended the University of Utah, where she earned a B.S. degree in Finance, after which she attended the J. Reuben Clark School of Law. As a law student, Ms. Seminario worked as an intern for the Provo Public Defender's Office and Liberty Law, PLLC. She also volunteered for Centro Hispano, a non-profit organization, where she assisted clients with immigration-related issues.

Since law school, Ms. Seminario has focused her practice in immigration law, where she has gained valuable experience in family-based adjustments, immigration benefits, consular processing, removal defense, and U-visa/VAWA cases. In addition to immigration, Ms. Seminario has expanded her practice to include bankruptcy and family law.

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“My father was a U.S. citizen, but I was born in another country.” Everyone in the government kept telling me I didn’t belong in the U.S., that I should give up and go “home” to the U.K. Immigration kept trying to get rid of me, and even issued a deportation order. Luckily, I found Keen Law Offices. Mr. Keen was the only person who believed I was a citizen; he fought my case, and after a long battle, Immigration gave in. They even issued me a certificate stating that I was a U.S. citizen since birth!”Stephen, Immigration Client

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