Vincent is an Associate at Fragomen’s New York office, where he advises multinational corporations on immigrant and nonimmigrant visa matters, including PERM labor certifications, adjustment of status applications, investor visas, multinational manager visas, and other employment-based visa petitions. He also has experience handling complex requests for evidence. Vincent’s experience spreads across a wide range of industries, including communications, advertising, technology software, retail and aviation.

Vincent first joined the firm as a Law Clerk while in law school. During law school, he served as an Editor on the Kansas Journal of Law & Public Policy, where he penned an article concerning due process rights of noncitizens held in detention. Vincent also received a top-five brief award for his effort in the Jessup International Moot Court Competition. He remains committed to volunteer work and has worked with the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program and assisted Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals recipients while in law school.

Vincent speaks English and Spanish.


The University of Kansas School of Law | J.D., 2020
Marquette University | B.S., 2013


First Place, Jessup Moot Court Competition, Rocky Mountain Regional, 2019

Top-Five Brief Award, Jessup Moot Court Competition, Rocky Mountain Regional, 2019

Professional Accomplishments / Memberships

Bar Admissions: Texas

Admitted in Texas only. Practice Limited to Federal Immigration & Nationality Law.


Member, American Immigration Lawyers Association

Member, Texas Young Lawyers Association

Publications and Lectures

Author, “’Yearning to Breathe Free’: Immigrant Due Process Rights Constrained by the Supreme Court’s Recent Upholding of 8 U.S.C. § 1226.” Volume 30, Issue 2, Page 284 – 308, April 2021.