Asylum Cases and Victim Services

Asylum is a status based on persecution in your home country.  Other cases for victims include SIJS, VAWA, U and T visas.

Deportation or Removal Defense

For those who have been detained by ICE, it is important to determine whether there is any way to legally stay in the U.S.

Family-Based Immigration Cases

If you are interested in bringing your spouse, parents, children or siblings to the U.S., contact us.

Other Matters

If you have an immigration concern not included elsewhere on our website, we may still be able to help you.


Naturalization and Citizenship

This concerns the process of becoming a U.S. citizen or deriving your citizenship from your parents or grandparents.

International Adoptions

This includes the adoption of children still in other countries and the adoption of children who are already in the U.S.

Community Involvement

Meghann’s legal work complements her humanitarian interests. Meghann is and has been involved in various causes, including the Fuller Center for Housing, a nonprofit dedicated to building houses in Haiti and other countries. She travels regularly to Haiti, where she assisted the Fuller Center in the construction of multiple homes in a community that was devastated by the 2010 earthquake and where she plans to assist another organization, New Roots Haiti, that is focused on empowering parents in Haiti to are for the needs of their families through education, employment and nutrition assistance.



Locally Active

Meghann is active in local organizations as well. As of 2017, she is Treasurer of the Middlesex County Bar Association and on the Executive Committee of Connecticut AILA (the American Immigration Lawyers Association). She is a member of the Middlesex United Way Women’s Initiative and the World Affairs Council. She serves on the Connecticut State Advisory Committee to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights and is a member of the Middlesex County Chamber of Commerce.