- H. Glenn Fogle, Jr., Esq.
- Louis Massard, Esq.
- Matthew Pierce, Esq.
- Viridiana Guido Carreon, Esq.
- Anna J. Molberg, Esq.
- Fred Hartman, Esq.
H. Glenn Fogle, Jr.
H. Glenn Fogle, Jr., who is the founding member and principal of The Fogle Law Firm, LLC, is in his twenty-third year in the field of Immigration and Nationality Law. Raised in the United Kingdom until he was fourteen, Mr. Fogle returned to the U.S. to attend high school and college.
He earned his Bachelor’s degree in English Literature in 1988 from Davidson College in North Carolina with a year abroad at Edinburgh University in Scotland. Mr. Fogle was awarded his Juris Doctorate degree from The College of Law at Georgia State University in Atlanta, Georgia on June 16, 1991. Three days later he was sworn into the Georgia Bar and opened his Immigration Law practice immediately.
Mr. Fogle is a member of the bars of the U.S. Supreme Court and the U.S. Courts of Appeals of the Second Circuit, the Fourth Circuit, the Fifth Circuit, the Sixth Circuit, the Ninth Circuit and the Eleventh Circuit. He is a longtime member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) been a speaker at AILA conferences and seminars and as part of their mentor program advises other AILA members regarding their immigration questions.
Mr. Fogle is an expert Immigration Law litigator and handles Immigration Court cases on a national level. He has handled cases in numerous US Immigration Courts including: Arlington, Atlanta, Baltimore, Boston, Buffalo, Charlotte, Chicago, Cleveland, Detroit, Elizabeth, El Paso, Honolulu, Houston, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Memphis, Miami, Minneapolis/St. Paul, Newark, New Orleans, New York, Oakdale, Orlando, Portland, San Antonio and San Diego. An expert on asylum law and deportation/ removal defense, Mr. Fogle has successfully represented clients in Immigration Court from a multitude of countries encompassing the continents of Africa, Asia, Europe, North America and South America. An expert in Federal Immigration litigation, Mr. Fogle has won numerous appeals at the Board of Immigration Appeals and in 2006 for the Fogle Law Firm won an unprecedented 4 Immigration petitions for review (three published decisions) in the notoriously immigration unfriendly United States Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals. Since then, he has won several more petitions for review in the Eleventh Circuit, including another published decision in January 2008 and one in the Sixth Circuit and most recently another published asylum decision in the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals.
Mr. Fogle has also developed a high level of competence in representing employers petitioning for temporary and permanent employees and has successfully assisted thousands of clients in obtaining Permanent Resident Status (Green Card) through family and employment based petitions. Immigrant investors for the EB-5 investment visa category have sought Mr. Fogle’s expertise in successfully applying for permanent residence based on the EB-5 category and Mr. Fogle and his staff have amassed a great deal of knowledge and information in this rapidly developing area of Immigration Law.
Louis Massard, Esq.
Louis Massard is an associate attorney with The Fogle Law Firm in its Charlotte, North Carolina Office. After obtaining degrees in economics and political science from Northwestern University in 2006, Mr. Massard worked as a paralegal for the international trade group of the law firm of King & Spalding in Washington, D.C. During that time, he was an active volunteer in immigration workshops sponsored by Catholic Charities of Washington, D.C.
Mr. Massard attended the prestigious University of North Carolina Chapel Hill School of Law and graduated in 2011. Following his first year of law school, Mr. Massard served as a judicial intern for the Honorable John Steele, U.S. District Court Judge for the Middle District of Florida. During his tenure in law school, he served on the school’s Pro Bono Board and as President of the Hispanic and Latino Law Students’ Association. Mr. Massard was also a staff member of the North Carolina Journal of International Law and Commercial Regulation.
A second generation immigrant, born to Colombian parents, Mr. Massard is a native Spanish speaker and has a keen interest in helping others successfully immigrate to the United States. Mr. Massard is licensed to practice law in North Carolina and is a member of the Latino Affairs Committee of the North Carolina Bar Association.
Matthew Pierce, Esq
Matthew Pierce is an associate attorney with The Fogle Law Firm, LLC at the Charlotte, North Carolina office. Matthew attended Florida International University College of Law where he graduated cum laude. While in law school, Matthew interned at a non-profit immigrant rights organization; completed three semesters with the Immigration and Human Rights and Immigrant Children’s Clinics; and spent his last semester as a clerk, doing legal writing and research for three Immigration Judges at the Krome Immigration Court in Miami, Florida.
Following law school Matthew joined a fast-paced immigration law firm in Coral Gables, Florida where he specialized in representing individuals in removal proceedings – particularly those who were in a detained setting – throughout the country. Matthew has handled a variety of complex immigration cases, including appeals to the Board of Immigration Appeals and Federal court litigation. He is currently a member of the Florida Bar.
Prior to becoming a lawyer, Matthew spent six years teaching high school Spanish. He is fluent in Spanish and has spent time living in Mexico. Matthew is a zealous advocate for immigrant rights and he is committed to helping all of his clients find effective solutions to their immigration issues.
Viridiana Guido Carreon
Viridiana Guido Carreon is a first generation immigrant from Mexico. She earned her bachelor’s degree in Public Policy from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2007. Shortly thereafter, she worked with the Southern Poverty Law Center’s Immigrant Justice Project as an Outreach Paralegal. In that position, she traveled to various areas in the Southeast to help immigrants understand their rights in the workplace and assisted attorneys during various stages of litigation.
During law school, she served as the Executive Legislative and Research Editor for the John Marshall Law Journal and founded the Latin American Law Students Association. Her comment, Section 212(h) of the Immigration and Nationality Act after Matter of Rodriguez, 6 J. Marshall L.J. 145 (2012), was published in the John Marshall Law Journal as well as two legislative summaries: House Bill 59 : Lawful Presence Verification; Postsecondary Education; Reserve Benefits, 5 J. Marshall L.J. 657 (2012) (co-authored with Dave Williamson) and Senate Bill 63 : Georgia Medical Assistance Fraud Prevention Program, 5 J. Marshall L.J. 391 (2011).
Ms. Carreon started working at the Firm in 2011 as a Law Clerk. In that position, she drafted appeal briefs to the Board of Immigration Appeals and various federal appellate courts, writs of mandamus, numerous motions and briefs to the immigration court, as well as researched complex immigration and criminal law matters. Ms. Carreon earned her juris doctorate degree in May 2013 and passed the Georgia Bar in October of the same year. Ms. Carreon is now an Associate Attorney with the Firm. She is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association, the Georgia Association for Women Lawyers, and the Georgia Hispanic Bar Association. Ms. Carreon is fluent in Spanish.
Anna J. Molberg
Anna Molberg is an associate attorney with The Fogle Law Firm in Atlanta. She obtained her Bachelor’s degree in English from Emory University in 2010, where she worked as an editor at the school’s newspaper. She earned her juris doctorate at Georgia State University College of Law in 2014 and is a Georgia licensed attorney. During law school, Anna completed a research paper on LGBTI asylum applicants in the U.S. She was also awarded Georgia State’s Highest Pro Bono Distinction. Prior to working with The Fogle Law Firm, Anna gained significant employment based immigration experience working in the business immigration practice groups of the major national law firms, Littler Mendelson, P.C. and Greenberg Traurig, LLP.
She handles a wide variety of employment-based immigration petitions, including PERM, EB-1, EB-2/3, L-1, H-1, TN, O-1, J-1, and Requests for Evidence. Anna is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association.
Fred Hartman is a Spanish-speaking attorney dedicated to the practice of immigration law. Fred has extensive experience representing foreign nationals before the Immigration Court, USCIS and U.S. Consulates abroad. He has worked extensively in all areas of removal proceedings and family-based immigration, including waivers, U visas, VAWA and DACA applications, naturalization, and appeals.
Fred earned his law degree cum laude in 2012 from Temple University Beasley School of Law in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. During law school, Fred participated in Temple’s highly regarded Integrated Trial Advocacy Program and served as a Judicial Intern at the Philadelphia Immigration Court.
Prior to completing his Bachelor’s degrees in Finance and International Business summa cum laude from Temple University in 2007, Fred lived in Honduras for more than two years. In Honduras, he served as a volunteer for the Comisión Cristiana de Desarollo (CCD), focusing on rebuilding rural communities devastated by flooding caused by Hurricane Mitch.
Fred is licensed to practice law in Pennsylvania, and he is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association.