Scott Andrew Fulks works with businesses, families, and individuals on immigration matters. Having spent most of his childhood in South America and later emigrated to Europe as an adult, Scott has a passion for immigrants and the opportunities provided by global migration. He utilizes his bilingual abilities and cultural awareness to guide immigrants through an increasingly complex and unstable U.S. immigration system.
Scott first joined the firm in 2015. He began practicing immigration law upon graduation from the University of St. Thomas School of Law in Minneapolis. While in law school, Scott successfully obtained asylum for a West African client before USCIS and authored an amicus brief to the U.S. Supreme Court that was influential in securing a 5-4 decision for the plaintiffs in a landmark First Amendment case. In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with his wife and children, coaching soccer, and supporting Minnesota United.
Brian Manning is a political asylum lawyer. He launched his law firm, Manning Asylum Law, in January 2020, after working for 11 years at the government’s two main agencies for asylum and refugee affairs.
Brian served for over two years at the Houston Asylum Office, including as an Asylum Officer and a Congressional Liaison. Prior to his work at the Asylum Office, Brian spent over eight years as a diplomat with the U.S. Department of State. During postings in Europe and South America, he adjudicated thousands of visa applications, spanning the range of immigrant and nonimmigrant classifications. Brian’s work with the State Department focused on immigration, rule of law, and international security.
Brian speaks Spanish fluently and speaks Russian, Croatian, and Bulgarian to varying degrees of fluency. He lives in the Houston, Texas area with his wife and two children.
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