Jon is a native of Michigan but moved to Texas in 2000 to attend Bible school at Christ for the Nations Institute in Dallas. Jon obtained his Bachelor’s degree from Dallas Baptist University in English and Christian Ministries. Later, Jon graduated with his Juris Doctorate from Regent University School of Law. He is a licensed attorney in Texas and able to serve clients in the area of immigration law throughout the United States.
Jon became interested in immigration law because of his wife, Leslie, who is from Mexico. They married in 2013 and began the process of obtaining Leslie’s U.S. Citizenship through marriage. Leslie became a citizen in January of 2020. Jon has traveled in Mexico and has participated in several mission trips in Central America in Honduras, Nicaragua and the Dominican Republic.
While in law school, Jon worked on a project regarding religious freedom in the nation of Turkey. Through this experience, Jon developed a desire to serve the persecuted church. Jon enjoys interacting with people from other cultures and has a passion to provide compassionate legal services.
Jon highly values his family and his relationship with God. He and Leslie have two young boys, Joseph and Jacob. He also serves at Grace Community Church in Arlington where he teaches the Citizenship class in the ESL program, helping students from around the world study to obtain their U.S. citizenship.