Sebastian Wright Garcia has been an attorney with Kempster, Corcoran, Quiceno& Lenz-Calvo, Ltd. since 2021. He primarily practices immigration law with a focus on family-based immigration, removal and deportation defense, and humanitarian immigration.
During law school, he interned with The Resurrection Project where he had experience working with DACA applications, U Visas, and N-400 applications. He also volunteered with the CARA Pro Bono Project at the South Texas Family Residential Center, where he helped women and children prepare for their credible fear interviews in front of the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services. As a clinical law student at the Chicago-Kent College of Law’s immigration clinic, Mr. Wright Garcia primarily worked with clients seeking asylum relief.
Mr. Wright Garcia is fluent in Spanish and is a first-generation Colombian immigrant.