Katie Degrio Channing


Immigration Attorney Katie DeGrio Channing

Phone: (651) 271-6335
Fax: (651) 203-7359
E-mail: katie@keyserdefense.com

Katie DeGrio Channing is a Minnesota immigration attorney, having worked in immigration law since 2002. She is passionate about helping individuals, families, and businesses find the right immigration path to achieve their goals and fulfill their dreams. Ms. DeGrio Channing is licensed to practice law in the State of Minnesota, the Federal District Court of Minnesota, and the Seventh and Eighth Circuit Courts of Appeal. She has testified as an expert witness on immigration issues in state court proceedings.

Ms. DeGrio Channing represents major corporations, small businesses, individuals, and families in non-immigrant visas, permanent resident applications, consular processing, waivers, naturalization, U visas, and appeals. As a small business owner, she understands the need for competent and diligent representation at an afforable price.

Ms. DeGrio Channing has always made service to the community a central part of her personal and professional life. She founded the Duluth/Vaxjo Youth Cultural Soccer Exchange in 1999 and has continued to advocate and educate the community to help overcome cultural barriers. She has successfully handled pro bono cases for local non-profits which included assisting clients with waivers of inadmissibility in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico and filing U non-immigrant visa applications for crime victims. She also serves a U visa mentor for the Immigration Law Center of Minnesota’s pro bono U visa project.

Practice Areas
–  Immigration and Naturalizations
–  Business and Employment Immigration
–  Family Immigration
–  Lawful Permanent Resident Status (Green Cards)
–  Humanitarian Cases
–  Immigration Appeals
–  Deferred Action (DACA)
–  Waivers

–  College of St. Scholastica, B.A.
–  Hamline University, J.D.

–  Supreme Court of Minnesota
–  U.S. District Court for the District of Minnesota
–  U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit
–  U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit