Marc Asch is our Immigration and Employment Law Partner in the United States. He is authorized and able to assist persons globally in seeking benefits under US immigration law including but not limited to applications for immigrant, investment, employment, fiancé, student and cultural exchange visas. He practices before United States Citizenship and Immigration Services, U.S. Embassies, in Immigration Court, Board of Immigration Appeals, U.S. District Courts and also before the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit. Mark earned his bachelor degree at Cornell University and subsequently received his J.D. from Villanova Law School in Pennsylvania. Upon graduating, he worked at Farmworker Legal Services in Michigan, litigating complex multi-plaintiff claims in Federal Court. In 2012 he started working at the Kalamazoo Diocese Immigration Assistance Program, representing immigrants and their families in applications for deferred action, family-based immigration benefits, Violence against Women Act petitions and U Visas. A year later, he started his own law office in downtown Kalamazoo, Michigan where he practices immigration and employment law.