Enrique F. Mesa, Jr. is an immigration lawyer based out of New Hampshire, but represents clients throughout the United States and the world. Cases include green card, naturalization, deferred action, deportation, waivers, and bond hearings. Mr. Mesa is qualified to practice in both Immigration Court and Board of Immigration Appeals.
Enrique F. Mesa Jr., is a highly experienced lawyer with significant experience in deportation and family related immigration law. Having started his career in Miami, FL, Mr. Mesa spent the majority of his practice in the complexities of immigration law, particularly within the Latino/Hispanic communities.
A graduate of the University of New Hampshire School of Law (Formerly Known As Franklin Pierce Law Center), Mr. Mesa is very involved in the Latino/Hispanic community of New Hampshire as the Chair of the NH Governor’s Advisory Commission on Latino Affairs, Board Member for both New Hampshire Legal Aid (NHLA) & Legal Advocacy & Resource Center, and is a Member of the New Hampshire State Advisory Committee for the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights.
Mr. Mesa also contributes his time to educate the public on the need for comprehensive immigration reform by authoring articles and editorials for the local press, providing testimony to NH State Legislators and serving as a member of the Reform Immigration for America, an organization committed to bringing comprehensive immigration for the estimated 10 to 12 million undocumented residents in the US.
Most recently, Union Leader has recognized Mr. Mesa’s contributions by naming him part of its group of 40 people under the age of 40 making a difference. The Class of 2013 included 25 men and 15 women, all nominated by friends or peers for their contributions to communities throughout the state of NH.