IMMIGRATION ATTORNEY, IMMIGRATION LAWYER, US IMMIGRATION ATTORNEY: STUDENT VISAS, MARRIAGE VISAS, FIANCEE VISAS, GREEN CARDS, CITIZENSHIP, NATURALIZATION, TEMPORARY WORK VISAS, EMPLOYMENT IMMIGRATION, FAMILY BASED IMMIGRATION, WORK VISA, FAMILY VISA, HEALTH CARE VISA, DUAL CITIZENSHIP, WIFE VISA, HUSBAND VISA, CITIZENSHIP VIA PARENTS, F1 STUDENTS, H1-B SKILLED WORKERS, B-1 BUSINESS TOURIST, B-2 BUSINESS TOURIST, Q-1 CULTURAL EXCHANGE, Temporary Visas, Tourist Visas, Business Visitors, Student Visas, Employment-Based Visas, Exchange Visitors, Fiancée Visas, Religious Worker Visas, Spousal Visas, Immigrant Visas (Permanent Residency), Family-Based Immigration, Employer-Based Immigration, Refugee and Asylum, Diversity Lottery, Naturalization, Employer Compliance, Removal (Deportation)
Attorney Brent Wolzen
Brent Wolzen received a bachelor's degree from Hastings College,
Hastings, Nebraska, and a master's degree in experimental psychology
from the University of Kentucky at Lexington. In graduate school,
Brent became interested in the study of law, but first wanted to explore
life, culture and work in another country: To do so, he moved to
Kumamoto Prefecture, Japan.
Inspired by his surroundings and by a desire to increase international
understanding among his Japanese friends and the citizens of his
native Nebraska, Brent initiated a sister-cities relationship between
the people of Ozu, Kumamoto and the communities of Arapahoe and
Hastings, Nebraska. Since its official recognition in 1995, the sister-cities program has flourished and several hundred visitors have crossed the Pacific in order to foster good will among the participating communities. For his efforts, Brent received a special community
service award from the citizens of Ozu and was named Admiral of the Great Navy of the State of Nebraska.
While in Japan, Brent served as an international exchange liaison, taught at a private college, and served as a consultant to a large pharmaceutical research company. In his spare time, he enjoyed cycling in the Japanese countryside and learning about traditional Japanese culture.
After seven satisfying years in Japan, Brent returned to the United States to pursue a degree in law at the University of Nebraska, Lincoln. During his legal studies, he participated in moot court and client-counseling competitions, was active in the American Inns of Court, was a member of the national trial team, and earned a litigation-skills track certificate.
Brent is admitted to practice in the states of Nebraska and South Dakota and the Federal District of Nebraska. Brent is a member of the Lincoln Bar Association, the Nebraska State Bar Association, the American Bar Association, and the American Immigration Lawyers Association.
Brent and his wife, Hong, have three daughters, Hana, Jasmine and Zoe.
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