Attorney Ana Judith Calderon Arnulphi was born and raised in Cordoba, Argentina. She studied in her native country and graduated from the National University of Cordoba Law School Passionate about international issues, she lived in Spain for three years where she obtained her Master’s Degree in International Relations from the Complutense University of Madrid.

In 2012, she immigrated to the United States and worked for a boutique law firm specializing in Post Conviction Assistance, filing requests for Pardons and Commutation of sentences with the Illinois Parole Review Board.

In 2016, Ms. Calderon obtained her license to practice law in the United States and since she has dedicated herself exclusively to the area of immigration. Having experienced the immigration process personally, Ms. Calderon has extensive knowledge of it, not only legally but also emotionally. Being an immigrant, she knows and understands the difficulties her immigrant clients face on a daily basis, and how difficult it is to get used to a new country while away from family.

With a vast education in humanitarian issues, Ms. Calderon works with dedication and effort alongside women and children from Central America seeking Political Asylum in the United States. 


Attorney Jose F. Gonzalez  is a Chicago native, originally from Back of the Yards. He grew up and attended school in the Chicago Lawn Area, and gratdaute from the University of Illinois at Chicago with a double major in Criminal Justice and English literature with a minor in Philosophy. He obatined his law degree from then John Marshall Law School now UIC Law School.

Mr. Gonzalez obtained his license to practice law in 2012 and since then has helped hundereds of lcients with their criminal, family and immigration issues. Through is training and experience, he has acquired an extensvie knowledge of how the immigration processes are affected by criminal issues and what are the best ways to obtain a favorable result. Often consulted by other succesful criminal defense attorney for guidance regarding plead deals.   

With a vast experience in the processing of family and humanitarian visas, attorney Gonzalez has partcipated as a volunteer in various commnunity programs aimed at helping immigrants and their families. he was one of the attorneyes who provided their services for free when DACA, the Illinois Visitors Driver’s License (TVDL) programs where launched. He was a board member of the Little Village Expungement Summit and created the immigration division of said summit and also served as the law student leison. 

Son of Mexican parents, attorney Gonzalez speaks Spanish perfectly and is fully trained to answer all  your questions on immigration matters.