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Former Chief Deputy Prosecuting Attorney
Ms. Bush has successfully represented clients in the Dallas, Kansas City, and Memphis Federal Immigration Courts, where her clients have been granted relief from deportation, including termination and administrative closure of removal proceedings, granted legal permanent resident status, or retention of their green cards in the U.S. Ms. Bush has also won appeals to the Board of Immigration Appeals, BIA, for clients who had previously been ordered to be deported in Immigration Court. She also regularly represents clients in a wide variety of applications with the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services offices, USCIS, with an exemplary record of approvals.
Ms. Bush is also multi-lingual and has worked with clients from all over the world. She is known for her diligence, perseverance, and passion for representing her clients and their families. She has a reputation for her knowledge of the complexities of the immigration laws and knowing how the process applies best for each family. She has been a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association since 2011, and is always up to date on the constantly changing immigration laws, policies, and benefits to best serve her clients’ interests.
In addition to her work as a family law attorney at Wilkinson Law Firm, Mauria is one of a small percentage of certified mediators in domestic relations and probate matters. Through mediation, she is able to assist parties in finding cooperative solutions that are more beneficial for the long-term health of their families than the litigation process.
Mauria earned a Bachelor of Arts in Business from Ouachita Baptist University in 2001 and received her Juris Doctorate from the University of Arkansas School of Law in 2004.
Bryan graduated from the University of Arkansas School of Law in 2018 where he finished second in his class. In addition to his law degree, Bryan received a Certificate in Criminal Law reflecting his focus on areas surrounding criminal law and procedure. Bryan clerked for the Wilkinson Law Firm while he was in law school and then joined the firm as a licensed attorney.
Bryan has a sincere interest in the problems surrounding the machinery of the criminal justice system such as the unequal power balance between the State and the individual citizen and the negative implications that produces for all of our constitutional rights. Bryan’s research in this area has been published in the University of Arkansas Law Review and subsequently cited by other legal scholars. His work may be found at:
Bryan Altman, Improving the Indigent Defense Crisis Through Decriminalization, 70 Ark. L. Rev. (2017). Available at: https://scholarworks.uark.edu/alr/vol70/iss3/7
Bryan earned his undergraduate degree in Political Science from the University of Central Arkansas and his law degree from the University of Arkansas School of Law.
The Wilkinson Law Firm is based in Bentonville, AR and handles cases all over the State of Arkansas. The Northwest Arkansas region is the firm’s primary practice area including: Bentonville, AR, Rogers, AR, Fayetteville, AR, Springdale, AR, Bella Vista, AR, Eureka Springs, AR. The Wilkinson Law Firm regularly accepts high profile cases from all over the State of Arkansas.