At Foley Immigration Law, our motto is ‘Experience. Compassion. Community.’ We believe that these three elements set us apart from the multitude of firms competing for your business. Over fifteen years of experience focused on immigration and nationality law mean that we bring a unique level of expertise to your case. Compassion and Community are also reflected in how we approach our legal work advocating in the courts, before federal agencies, and pushing for improvements to policy. We also advocate for our communities by dedicating time and resources to a variety of community organizations. Here are just a few of those nearest and dearest to our hearts:
Attorney Foley founded the non profit organization Red Tent Initiative in 2015. She states that it “came out of a deep need to take these awful experiences and use them for something good.” And so Red Tent Initiative (RTI for short) was born! RTI is a radically inclusive network of survivors and allies working together to end abuse and exploitation in our communities. They advocate for, support, and empower survivors in a number of ways. One important element of RTI’s advocacy work is providing free and low-cost legal services to empower people who are being victimized to escape the cycle and become survivors. Foley Immigration Law represents immigrant survivors self-petitioning under the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), obtaining U and T Visas, and in political asylum cases. We also provide trainings to other attorneys so that they too can work to empower surivors and sponsor Red Tent’s annual events, such as the 5K in April. To learn more about Red Tent Initiative, access services, and / or support our work, check out the website.