Cauley Forsythe Immigration is a full service immigration law firm providing immigration solutions to grow businesses and unite families. We develop and implement creative solutions for complex immigration cases, keeping in mind our clients' short term needs and long term goals.
Our firm is experienced and equipped to represent business clients requiring foreign national employees and individual investors requiring visas. Compliance services and training on 1-9s as well as immigration-related due diligence services in mergers and acquisitions.
We assist in all areas of family-based applications, and other humanitarian options. We are committed to helping families stay together through zealous representation in immigration court.
We are driven by our values: RISE (Respect-Integrity-Service-Excellence)
Jessica Alatorre is an attorney with the Cauley Forsythe Law Group. Jessica’s legal career began at the U.S. Department of Justice’s Executive Office for Immigration Review. She served for two years as a Judicial Law Clerk at the Charlotte Immigration Court where she assisted three Immigration Judges in adjudicating cases. As a student attorney in law school, Jessica represented clients before the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services and EOIR Immigration Courts.
Jessica has lived and studied throughout the United States, and she spent an extensive amount of time in England as an adolescent. She is personally connected to immigration stories as she is the child of Mexican and Peruvian parents in the United States. Jessica was raised in a Spanish-speaking household, and she uses her Spanish fluency to communicate with clients and help other people in the community.
Prior to practicing law, Jessica raised awareness of global hunger and built support in the United States for the life-saving work of the United Nations World Food Program. In this capacity, Jessica led delegations to Kenya and Guatemala to observe operations, and she developed volunteer trainings on advocacy and fundraising. It is this exposure to protecting and promoting human rights around the world that led Jessica to discover her passion for working with immigrants in the United States.