Attorney Joshua (Josh) G. Homer is passionate about keeping families together and ensuring that every person, no matter where he or she is from, has access to the bounteous opportunities that the United States has to offer. Attorney Josh strongly believes that every single person is valuable and has his or her unique way to contribute to the community. He will take time to truly listen to you.
Josh is a strong believer in families and has personally experienced the immigration system himself. Josh’s wife is originally from Mexico. He has assisted his wife through the same process that he helps his clients with. He understands their anxiety, their fears, their dreams, and their simple desires to just have their families together and not destroyed by immigration laws. Josh also has three very energetic boys; besides his wife, they are what motivate him to always strive for the best.
Josh is an associate attorney with Muchnicki & Bittner. He joined the law firm in August 2018. Before joining Muchnicki & Bittner he worked for Holy Cross Ministries in Salt Lake City, UT, a non-profit organization that provides free and low-cost immigration legal services.
Josh has helped people become United States citizens, Permanent Residents (get a green card), and has helped victims of crime to apply for visas. He has successfully protected persons from deportation, even after they had received deportation orders, and has won appeals of immigration judges’ wrong decisions. Josh has worked in immigration law since 2012, when he was a paralegal for a small immigration law firm in Salt Lake City, UT. While attending law school Josh was involved in a community group that worked with the law enforcement in Cincinnati, OH to change their policy about honoring immigration detainers.
Josh is fully fluent in Spanish. He learned Spanish while living in Spain for a year and a half completing a proselytizing mission on behalf of his religion. He has now spoken Spanish for over a decade. He has spoken Spanish at every job he’s had since returning from his church service mission and continues to primarily speak Spanish at home with his wife and children.
Josh is licensed to practice in Ohio and is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association. He has also been admitted to the Southern District of Ohio. He is a graduate of the University of Cincinnati Law School. Prior to law school, he graduated from the University of Utah with a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science and minors in Spanish, Business, and Psychology.