Tucson Immigration Attorneys
About Our Attorneys
When you need the best Tucson immigration attorneys, you can count on
Wolf Sultan Vazquez P.C. to deliver.
The Dedicated Tucson Immigration Attorneys
Tarik H. Sultan has concentrated his practice exclusively in immigration law, both in private practice and as an attorney in the U.S. Department of Justice with the U.S. Immigration Court. He is listed in The Best Lawyers in America for immigration law and Superlawyers as one of the top 5% in immigration law, and has the highest "AV" rating in the Martindale-Hubbell legal directory. Prior to forming Wolf & Sultan P.C., Mr. Sultan practiced in the corporate immigration practice group of a 600+ lawyer international law firm. His practice is focused in all areas and aspects of immigration law, with a particular emphasis in employment-based visas and employer sanctions defense. He is a former Director on the National Board of Governors for AILA, and has served on numerous national liaison committees with the Departments of Labor and Justice. Mr. Sultan has also testified as an expert in several litigation matters involving immigration and nationality issues. He is a graduate of the University of Arizona College of Law, where he served as Managing Editor of the Arizona Journal of International and Comparative Law.Read More
Tarik H. SultanLAWYER
Jose A. Vazquez joined the firm in 2011 with a focus in all aspects of immigration law. Mr. Vazquez was previously a felony prosecutor at the Santa Cruz County Attorney’s Office from 2007-2009 and the Pima County Attorney’s Office from 2009-2011. As a felony prosecutor, he handled and tried a wide array of cases including DUI, controlled substances, sexual assault, child abuse, fraud, and violent offenses. Mr. Vazquez has also practiced in the area of civil litigation. He is a graduate of the University of Arizona College of Law and is fluent in Spanish.
Jose A. VazquezLAWYER
Jeri SeykSR. PARALEGAL
Jeri Seyk has worked in the legal arena since 1985 and in the immigration law field since 1994. Jeri joined Wolf & Sultan in 1999 as a Paralegal after relocating to Tucson from Phoenix with her husband. Jeri's work focuses on labor certification and employment-based immigrant and non-immigrant petitions. Jeri enjoys the diversity in each case she manages and being able to meet and work with people from all over the world.
Robin SullivanSR. PARALEGAL
Robin Sullivan began work with Wolf and Sultan, P.C. in 2000 after relocating to Tucson from Phoenix with her husband. Robin's work focuses on labor certification and employment-based immigrant and non-immigrant petitions. Robin enjoys working in the ever-changing immigration law world and seeing her clients become permanent residents and U.S. Citizens.
Lori WebsterSR. PARALEGAL
Lori Webster is a native Tucsonan. She has a Bachelor's degree in Education from the University of Arizona and an Advanced Certificate in Legal Assistant studies from Pima Community College. After sixteen years working in the field of social services, Lori decided to make a career change and become a Legal Assistant. When she's not working, Lori enjoys spending time with her husband and teenage daughter, reading, going to the movies and playing with her three dogs.
Irisbeltsi Enriquez Irisbeltsi, a Tucson native, joined the firm in 2018 seeking a change from a career in finance. Her interests include criminal and immigration law. Irisbeltsi primarily prepares family-based cases and enjoys the diversity of the people she works with. She strives to connect with her clients and believes there is no better feeling than knowing she is making a difference in someone’s life. Outside of the office, you can find Iris at Barnes and Noble, your local Starbucks, or hosting dinners with her friends and family.
Elizabeth Bazúa Rendón
Elizabeth Bazúa Rendón – In 2001, Elizabeth earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Law from Universidad Panamericana School of Law in Guadalajara, Jalisco, México, and in 2010 earned a Master of Laws in International Trade Law at the University of Arizona. In addition to her education, Elizabeth has over 7 years working exclusively in immigration law. She is bilingual and loves working in an ever-changing, complex area of law. When she is not working, Elizabeth enjoys spending time with her daughter Paula.
Alena Jones A was born in Eastern Europe, and is fluent in Russian and Belorussian. She earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Languages and Literatures in Spanish, magna cum laude, from the Colorado State University. Spanish is her fifth language. Alena’s experience as an immigration paralegal, along with her meticulous attention to detail and strong work ethic, makes her a perfect fit for the Wolf & Sultan team. Outside of the office she enjoys spending time with her family, traveling all over the world, photography, and trying to convince her husband to learn her native tongue.
Paola Bustamante An immigrant and former DACA recipient herself, Paola joined the firm in 2016 hoping to pursue a career where she could help people reach the American Dream. Paola is an honors student at the University of Arizona where she is double-majoring in Law and Political Science with a concentration in Law & Public Policy. She is a spokesperson for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Tucson and a recipient of President Obama’s Volunteer Service Award. She enjoys the challenges of the immigration field and seeing her clients become U.S. Citizens. When she’s not working, you can find her spending time with her family or listening to the Hamilton soundtrack.
The Trusted Tucson Immigration Attorney
Mr. Sultan has written and lectured extensively on immigration and other law, both in Arizona and nationally.
He also co-authored Business Immigration Law Strategies for Employing Foreign Nationals with other top immigration practitioners nationwide.
The Firm's practice is focused in the following areas:
- Priority Workers
- Intra-company transfers
- Outstanding Researchers
- National Interest Waivers
- Labor Certification
- Corporate Compliance
- Employer Sanctions Defense
- Family-Based Immigration Issues
- Naturalization Issues
- Immigration Appellate and Judicial Review Issues