Who am I and What can I do for YOU?
It is my goal to smoothly secure the most appropriate type of visa or other immigration benefit that best suits my client’s individual need. Promoting my client’s understanding of the various types of visas and the manner in which they can be most appropriately utilized is crucial to me.
Having worked at the Jaensch Immigration Law Firm from August 2003 until November 2008, and being a registered member of AILA, I am experienced and well-trained in U.S. Immigration matters and am competent to answer your questions and handle your immigration situation.
What do I do and How am I qualified?
I obtained my license as a lawyer in April 2002, becoming a fully licensed and accredited attorney in Florida, eligible to practice in the highest court of the State of Florida, as well as within the entire federal domain of U.S. Immigration Law, including its agencies.
Consequently, I can represent you or your company worldwide, no matter where you are located. My immigration practice involves virtually all offices of USCIS in the United States, as well as many Embassies and Consulates of the United States across the globe.
I am also a member in good standing of AILA, the American Immigration Lawyers Association, in the Central Florida Chapter.
Mr. Culbreath’s busy immigration practice is located in St. Petersburg, Florida, in the greater Tampa Bay metropolitan area. As an experienced immigration attorney, his cases revolve primarily around business- and employment-based immigration, assisting clients with living, working and conducting business in the United States.
A member of both the Florida Bar and of AILA, Mr. Culbreath has been practicing U.S. immigration law since 2003. Having spent about 20 years in Germany, he is a native-speaker of German. He is a 1998 graduate from the University of South Florida cum laude with a B.A. in Political Science and Int’l Affairs and a 2000 graduate from Stetson University College of Law.
Mr. Culbreath has authored many articles (online and in print) on various aspects of U.S. immigration law, including visa strategies, legislative and regulatory updates, de-mystifying government agencies, and providing insight into Homeland Security and State Department practices. He also maintains a blog on immigration law and related topics. In addition, he frequently writes and publishes his works in German.