Mr. Wagstaff is a member of the Colorado Bar and received his Juris Doctor from Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah. While in law school, Mr. Wagstaff worked as a lead fellow of the BYU Community Legal Clinic for two years where he helped many individuals navigate diverse legal challenges, including many with immigration processes.
Mr. Wagstaff grew up in a small Utah farming community where dedication to hard work and serving others was a way of life. In that community he developed many associations and friendships in school and church with individuals who had immigrated to the United States. In many of his employment opportunities he regularly worked alongside immigrants from all over the world. Long before deciding to become an attorney, Mr. Wagstaff developed an admiration for and recognition of the many sacrifices that immigrants make and the challenges that they face.
Upon returning from living for two years in Argentina, he decided to become an attorney specifically because he recognized the great need for advocacy for immigrants and because of his desire to serve others in a meaningful way. Mr. Wagstaff knows that each individual and family who comes to this country has their own unique story, and that a successful outcome in each case can impact generations of families for the better.
Prior to working at MyRights Immigration Law Firm, Mr. Wagstaff worked as a law clerk at an immigration law firm in Salt Lake City, Utah, and interned for a non-profit organization that provides immigration legal services throughout Utah. He has sought every opportunity over the years to gain the experience and knowledge necessary to provide the best possible service to his clients.
Juris Doctor from Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah