Kansas City Immigration Attorneys

The attorneys at Hoppock Law Firm, LLC have represented hundreds of immigrants and their families all over the world in immigration court proceedings, BIA appeals, Circuit Court appeals, litigation, and benefit applications before the USCIS. We have years of experience litigating immigration cases in court, before the USCIS, and on appeal all over the United States. We have earned our reputation for being honest, hardworking, and willing to take on difficult cases in the toughest venues. We strive to develop caring relationships with clients built on communication and collaboration and would be glad to talk with you about your immigration matter.


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Phone: 913-267-5511

Fax: 913-562-9555

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Why Choose the Attorneys at Hoppock Law Firm?


We have represented clients regularly before the immigration courts, USCIS, the asylum offices, and in federal court all around the United States.


Although outcomes are never guaranteed, we have built a long list of victories in courts around the country, including published decisions Gatimi v. HolderAlphonsus v. Holder, and Tula-Rubio v. Lynch, among others


Sometimes there are better options you haven’t thought of. It starts with asking the right questions. We look for every angle to find the best option for each case.

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Read Our Recent Blog Posts:

In addition to communicating with clients about their specific cases, we try to keep clients and others informed about changes in the law, practical changes at the BIA and immigration courts, political changes that might affect our clients, and Kansas City immigration attorney issues. Here are our most recent posts. You can also read all Blog posts here.

DOJ Library Tools for Public Records Research

DOJ Library Tools for Public Records Research

I'm sharing a series of research tools we received today in response to a FOIA request submitted in May, 2018: DOJ Libraries - Public Records GuideDownload DOJ Libraries - Court DocketsDownload DOJ Libraries - Asset SearchingDownload DOJ Libraries - Corporation...

EOIR Morning Briefing Received Via FOIA

EOIR Morning Briefing Received Via FOIA

In September, 2018 the Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR) started producing this publication called the "EOIR Morning Briefing." They're not quite daily and they look like a collection of news stories. But there's more.  Rather than just aggregate what the...

FOIA Results for the BIA Webpage (Intranet)

FOIA Results for the BIA Webpage (Intranet)

About two months ago I received a document called the "BIA Style Guide" in response to a FOIA request and saw multiple references in the Style Guide to something called the "BIA Webpage" which appeared to be an intranet of sorts, with information for BIA employees on...