John Hathaway has been practicing immigration law since 2015. John started representing clients in immigration court and before United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) in 2015 as a student legal intern at the University of Iowa Law School. While in law school, John also led a project to chronicle the immigration consequences for most criminal offenses in the Iowa Criminal Code.
Since graduating with distinction and receiving his license in 2016, John has continued to work in immigration law, first at Kasaby & Nicholls, LLC, in Omaha, Nebraska, then at Vondra & Malott, PLC (now Malott Law, PLC) in Iowa City, Iowa.
In addition to continuing to represent clients before various immigration courts, USCIS, and the U.S. Department of State, John has represented primarily-immigrant clients before various county courts in Iowa and Nebraska, the Iowa Court of Appeals, Iowa Supreme Court, Northern Iowa Federal District Court, and Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals. John has also co-authored an amicus curiae legal brief before each the Iowa Supreme Court and the Supreme Court of the United States. John is excited to now assist clients for the Meyer Law Office, P.C.
John is actively licensed to practice law by the Supreme Court of Iowa,
and he is registered and authorized to represent clients before USCIS,
immigration courts, and the U.S. Department of State (consular processing). He does not represent clients in Colorado-state-law matters nor does he advise on Colorado state law