About Jon Eric Garde
Jon Eric Garde is an EB-5 immigration attorney at Jeglaw LTD, located in Las Vegas. Attorney Garde has been practicing law for over 20 years. Throughout his career, he has assisted over four thousand families immigrate, won a significant number of federal cases, represented several hundred people in immigration court and published on a variety of topics. Attorney Garde also has experience assisting professional employees secure durable working status and has helped hundreds of investors obtain permanent residence in the United States. He is known as a strong, knowledgeable, diligent and passionate advocate. He has an extraordinary ratio of success in the representation of his clients, even in particularly difficult cases. Attorney Garde is committed to fulfilling his clients’ immigration goals and will go to great lengths to accomplish them.
Jeglaw LTD is committed to providing clients with the highest level of expertise in all legal representation and immigration related concerns. Jeglaw LTD works closely with its clients and guides them from the beginning of the process to its successful completion. With over 20 years of experience, Jeglaw LTD strives to become a leading practitioner in immigration law in the state of Nevada. Jeglaw LTD provides a number of services, including help with naturalization and citizenship, consular processing, family-based petitions, immigrant and non-immigrant employment-based visas, deportation and immigration court, among others.
Attorney Garde’s experience helping Central American refugees sparked his interest in immigration and nationality law. He worked as a union carpenter, volunteering at night with legal aid construction projects and fundraising. Attorney Garde was among numerous volunteers from across the United States on a humanitarian mission. He then went on to work for the Canadian Immigration Counsel, where he assisted in preparing asylum applications for Canadian refugees.
Attorney Garde earned his Juris Doctor from the University of Buffalo Law in 1992 and his bachelor’s from the University of California, Santa Cruz. Before and during law school, he traveled to El Salvador, Guatemala and Nicaragua to work with Central American refugees. Afterward, attorney Garde directed the Lutheran Social Ministry Immigration Project in Las Vegas before beginning private practice in 1995.
Attorney Garde is admitted to the Nevada Federal District Court and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth, Sixth, Ninth and Eleventh circuits.
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