Dominic E. Capeci, Esq.


In 1992, Dominic E. Capeci, Esq. graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor’s of Arts in Philosophy (with Minors in Spanish and Psychology) at Missouri State University in Springfield, Missouri. He completed the SMSU Summer Intensive Spanish-Language Program in Costa Rica. He is fluent in the Spanish language.

In 1995, he graduated from the Washington University School of Law in Saint Louis, Missouri, where he was the President of the Latin American Law Student Association, as well as a member of the Pro Bono Law Society.

From October 1996 until October 1997, he was the first Staff Attorney for the Immigration Project, Granite City, Illinois, a nonprofit agency. After his arrival in San Francisco, California, Dominic E. Capeci, Esq. worked briefly for the Catholic Legal Immigration Network, Inc. before he worked for one year as an Associate Attorney at The Law Office of Virender Kumar Goswami. With over two years of experience in the field of immigration law, he then established his own law firm in May 1999.

Dominic E. Capeci, Esq. practices immigration law, where he represents non-United States Citizens before the Immigration Court to secure their release from Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) custody, and to ensure their ability to remain in the United States with lawful immigration status. Often, these matters will involve criminal convictions; Dominic E. Capeci, Esq. specializes in these types of cases. The Law Offices of Dominic E. Capeci represent persons, many of whom are detained by ICE, before Immigration Courts throughout the United States. Additionally, Dominic E. Capeci, Esq. litigates cases before the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit and the Board of Immigration Appeals. He also presents administrative cases before the Citizenship and Immigration Services (formerly the Immigration and Naturalization Service), including, but not limited to, asylum, family immigration law, and naturalization.

His professional licenses and memberships include: American Immigration Lawyers’ Association, September 1998; United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, May 1998; Illinois Bar, May 1997; and, Missouri Bar, October 1996. 

 


 

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