Brad Thomson | Immigration Attorney
Abogado de Inmigración
Brad grew up in Ann Arbor, Michigan, and graduated from the University of Michigan in May 2004. After graduation, he lived in Honduras, Costa Rica, and Mexico where he taught English. In 2005, Brad launched his career in immigration as an AmeriCorps Vista Volunteer in Miami, Florida, assisting with refugee relocation. He has gained significant experience working at four immigration law firms and in a law school immigration clinic. Brad’s tasks have exposed him to various permanent resident and temporary visa applications. Brad has been selected as a Rising Star in immigration by “Super Lawyers” Magazine each year from 2017 – 2022. Brad is an immigration consultant to the Mexican Consulate in Detroit to provide immigration legal representation for Mexican nationals. Also, he serves as an Immigration Referral Panel Attorney for the University of Michigan Student Legal Services.
Furthermore, Brad volunteers as an immigration consultant to the Washtenaw County Office of the Prosecutor and served as a Board Member for the Washtenaw County Sheriff, Citizens Advisory Board. Brad was the media chair of the American Immigration Lawyers Association for the state of Michigan, and he founded the Washtenaw County Bar Association Immigration Law Section. Brad is fluent in Spanish and a graduate of Wayne State University Law School in Detroit, Michigan.