APRIL N. TAYLOR

Attorney, April N. Taylor has practiced law for the last 10 years and worked as a criminal prosecutor aprilfor the SC Attorney General’s Office from 2007 to 2013. As an Assistant Attorney General she successfully prosecuted a myriad of cases including domestic violence and fraud matters. Prior to this she worked for the SC State Treasurer’s Office. She has helped a number of clients with attaining permanent residence and United States citizenship and wants to bring her 10 years of legal experience to work on your immigration and naturalization and criminal defense cases. Attorney Vance was born in Kingston, Jamaica and successfully filed her own permanent residence and US citizenship applications. She has been in the same position as many of her clients in petitioning for United States citizenship or a green card (permanent residence). Today, she serves as the Legal Studies Program Director for South University, where she manages a staff of eight attorney adjunct instructors. She enjoys assisting clients with sorting out their immigration problems legally and assisting with your criminal defense. She was recently appointed by the Supreme Court of South Carolina to serve on the Board of Paralegal Education. Attorney Vance is an active member of her local community supporting South University drives for the Ronald McDonald House and Relay for Life. She is excited at the opportunity to help you with your immigration needs as one of two partners at the Mac|Vance Law Firm located at 989 Knox Abbott Drive, Suite 111. Please call her at 803-219-1110, she is looking forward to speaking with you to determine how she can best help you.

“The legal pathway to citizenship or permanent residence in the United States can be difficult. When you need proven know-how from someone who has been through this process, come see us to see if we can help you with your particular situation. We provide hands-on legal assistance to guide you through what immigration options may be available to help you stay in the United States legally.”