RC Immigration LLC
Christina Coleman - Founding Partner
Christina develops and executes immigration strategies for a wide range of corporate clients in a variety of industries, including U.S. companies seeking to hire foreign workers and multinational companies transferring foreign employees and executives to the U.S. She also represents foreign investors, and serves as immigration counsel to a corporate services law firm with particular emphasis in assisting European interests in the United States. In addition, she assists individuals with family-based visas and represents individuals on a pro bono basis in a variety of immigration proceedings and applications. Previously, she practiced as a litigator at Sidley Austin, where she defended companies in complex federal and state litigation, including multi-district litigation. She earned her J.D. at Loyola University of Chicago Law School, where she graduated magna cum laude. In addition, she holds a Master of Philosophy Degree in Medieval Studies from Yale University, a Master of Arts Degree in English Literature from McGill University, and a Bachelor of Arts Degree in French and English Literature from Dalhousie University. She has significant experience working with students, and taught English for one year at the Lycee Condorcet in Paris, France after obtaining her undergraduate degree. Originally from Canada, she came to the U.S. in F-1 student status and naturalized in 2006. Christina Coleman vCard
Ann Peters - Of Counsel
Having worked with diverse populations from all over the world, Ann provides not only representation but also compassion for her clients. Ann regularly represents detained and non-detained clients in the Chicago Immigration Court as well as before U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) and the Asylum Office. Ann also represents clients who are facing removal, or applying for a benefit affirmatively, seeking Asylum, Withholding of Removal, Protection under the Convention Against Torture, U-Visa protection for victims of crimes, and those self-petitioning under the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), in addition to other areas of removal defense and family-based immigration. In 2012 and 2014, Ann received recognition from Chicago Volunteer Legal Service (CVLS) for her commitment to pro bono work and her efforts to further equal access to justice. Ann remains active as a volunteer with CVLS and the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA).
Kathryn Oyler - Paralegal
Kathryn has been an Immigration Paralegal since 2013. She focuses on employment-based immigrant and nonimmigrant visas, including the PERM process. She earned Bachelor’s degrees in Psychology and Music from Brigham Young University-Idaho, and plays the viola/violin. A Chicago-born native, Kathryn has also lived in Alaska, Idaho, and Washington D.C.
Brenda Munoz – Legal Assistant
As a first generation Mexican-American, Brenda has always had a passion for immigration law. Brenda earned her Bachelor’s degree in Political Science with a concentration in Pre-Law and a minor in Communications from Millikin University. She is currently a student at the John Marshall Law School and has been working in the field of immigration since 2010. Brenda is fluent in Spanish and English.
In May 2015, our co-founding partner and dear friend, Bradley Richards, passed away very suddenly. Throughout his legal career, at Fragomen, Vedder Price, and most recently Richards Coleman Immigration Group LLC, Brad demonstrated not only outstanding skill but also a true passion for immigration law and above all, his clients. He will be greatly missed by his colleagues, his friends, and his family.