Dedicated Exclusively to Immigration Law. Call Us Today
At the law firm of Aust Schmiechen, P.A., we are dedicated to personal service of our clients in all areas of U.S. immigration law. Attorney Brian Aust has been an immigration attorney for 15 years with more than 20 years in immigration law. He is a frequent presenter at local continuing education courses on various subjects related to the practice of immigration law. He thrives on challenges and hard cases.
Contact us today if you need legal assistance with any of the following:
- Adjustment of Status (green card)
- Citizenship and Naturalization
- Consular Processing
- Removal (deportation) Defense
- Employment Immigration
- Family Immigration
- H-1B and other employment-based visas
- DACA - Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals
- DAPA - Parental Accountability
- GLBT matters
- I-9 Compliance
- Immigration Custody
- Temporary Protected Status
We are a client centered law firm with an emphasis on promoting and protecting our clients’ legal rights throughout the immigration process. We are committed to serving a wide range of clients and offer flexible payment plans. Our staff speaks Spanish, French, Russian, Polish and Belarusian.
Call Attorney Brian Aust today at 612-200-0202 to arrange your free initial consultation. Representing clients iin Minnesota and throughout the United States.
Attorney Brian Aust
- Minnesota, 2000
- 8th Circuit Court of Appeals
- Federal District Court of Minnesota
- Hamline School of Law, St. Paul, Minnesota, J.D., 2000
- Pacific Lutheran University, , Tacoma, Washington, B.A.,1992
- Spanish and Global Studies
Professional Memberships and Achievements:
- American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA)
Verdicts & Settlements
April 2015 – USCIS approves permanent residency for a South American/Caribbean woman under INA 245i who had entered the United States 19 years ago as a child and with a false passport.March 2015 – The U.S. Consulate in Ciudad Juarez issues an immigrant visa to a gay Mexican after USCIS had approved his I-601A waiver.February 2015 – USCIS renews a “Green Card” for an Eastern European who entered the U.S. as a refugee but who had been in the Immigration Court.February 2015 – The Department of State issues an Immigrant Visa to the daughter of a permanent resident in the Middle East.January 2015 – Immigration Judge grants Deferral of Removal under the Convention Against Torture for client from the Middle East.December 2014 – Aust Schmiechen successfully challenges a USCIS marriage fraud finding for a West African at the Board of Immigration Appeals.