Maria Jones dedicated her entire life and career to serving immigrants from around the word by providing the best legal services to everyone in need. During her years in practice, she and her staff have been helping immigrants to achieve their goals so they can live their dream in the United States of America.
Ms. Jones was born and raised in Moscow, Russia. At the age of 21, Maria moved to the United States from Russia. She went through a lot of obstacles in her life, but never lost her desire of becoming an attorney so she can make a difference in people’s lives. She came from a middle class family who always supported her in everything she did, however they could not afford to pay for her law school education. Maria never lost hope and was praying for the right path in life. Through her hard work and scholastic achievements, she was awarded a scholarship that enabled her to complete law school where she was an outstanding student and a group leader. As a result, she graduated from the Moscow State Law Academy with highest honors in the top 5% of her class and was elected to be a valedictorian at the graduation ceremony of the entire law school.
“If it wasn’t for a struggle and difficulties that I endured, I would not be where I am today,” says Maria looking back at her years. “I am very thankful for people who challenged me and circumstances that made it hard to go forward. But only because of them I can really appreciate life in the United States and it makes me desire even more to help others to achieve their dreams!”
In 1997, Maria immigrated to the United States where she attended the Law School at the University of Arizona and obtained her Masters in Law (LL.M.) in 2001. Ms. Jones is admitted to practice immigration law in all 50 states. She is also a proud member of American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) and a former Chair Woman of the Immigration Section of the State Bar of Arizona.
Maria’s destiny was to come to the United States from Russia so she can help immigrants from different parts of the world to legally immigrate to the United States with a hope for a better life for themselves and their children.