Matthew Mockenhaupt represents clients in immigration law matters before the immigration courts and USCIS - he has achieved successful outcomes for clients in applications for citizenship, adjustment of status, DACA and other applications for affirmative benefits with USCIS. Also, he is not afraid to take on a difficult case and has successfully resolved cases for people detained by ICE including grants of cancellation of removal and relief under the convention against torture in removal proceedings, and successfully achieving stipulations with ICE that removal proceedings be terminated. Matt began his work in immigration law as a student in the Health Law Clinic at Mitchell Hamline School of Law where he graduated with honors in 2020. Before going to law school he graduated from the University of Wisconsin, Madison with a Bachelor of Science degree in 2012. He is licensed to practice law in Minnesota, and is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association.