Las noticias recientes de año nuevo han causado alboroto en los medios. Mientras los factores en estas redadas se siguen desarrollando, hay ciertas cosas que debe saber: I. ICE está buscando a personas con órdenes finales de deportación. II. Se dice que están buscando...
Recent news on New Year’s weekend raids has caused a media frenzy. While the facts on these raids are still developing, there are certain things that you should know. I. ICE is targeting people with final orders of deportation. II. Targets are supposedly all people...
There are lots of valid reasons people want to get an expungement of their criminal offense in Utah. Criminal cases are public, and having your criminal record out there for everyone to see can be embarrassing. Employers may see the record. The record is, in fact,...
A principios del mes pasado, tuve el placer, y lo digo sinceramente, de ir a una ceremonia de naturalización en la ciudad de Salt Lake, UT. El salón estaba lleno de personas, ya que hubo muchos amigos y familiares viendo a sus seres queridos volverse ciudadanos...
Imagine this: you’ve lived in the United States for years. You have two children who are US Citizens. You made a silly mistake and had to plead guilty to a misdemeanor offense…then, ICE put you in handcuffs, and arrest you. For the undocumented, this is a...
As the founding attorney for Keen Law Offices, LLC, J. Christopher Keen received a Bachelor of Arts degree in
History from Brigham Young University. He then went on to receive his Juris Doctor degree from J. Reuben Clark
Law School at Brigham Young University. Since that time, he has been admitted to practice before all of the state
courts in Utah.
Edward L. Carter
Mr. Carter’s practice involves representation of clients in appellate matters. Mr. Carter has represented
clients in petitions for review before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit. He also has drafted
briefs to the Board of Immigration Appeals, and he is admitted to practice before the Utah Supreme Court, U.S.
District Court for the District of Utah, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit, U.S. Court of Appeals for
the Ninth Circuit and U.S. Supreme Court.
Christine Y. Seminario
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