Former Consular Officer and Immigration Attorney

Travis Feuerbacher

U.S. Government experience

Former career U.S. Diplomat and Consul, U.S. Department of State Consular Commission

  • U.S. Consulate General, Matamoros, Mexico:
    • American Citizen Services Chief
    • Manager, Fraud Prevention Unit
  • U.S. Embassy, Beijing, China:
    • Consular Officer
    • Staff Assistant to Gary Locke, U.S. Ambassador to China
    • Awarded State Department’s Meritorious Honor Award for work on 2012 U.S. – China Consular Bilateral Consultations which resulted in an extension of validity for many visa classes from 1 to 10 years


  • Loyola Law School, Los Angeles, CA
    • J.D., May 2007
    • Admitted to the State Bar of California
  • Baylor University, Waco, TX
    • Bachelor of Business Administration, Marketing and International Business, 2003

Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice Law

  • Admitted to the State Bar of California

  • Practices U.S. immigration law in all 50 states

Speaking Engagements

  • Speaker, “When to Call for Help for International Students.” NAFSA Association of International Educators Annual Conference, New Orleans, LA
  • Speaker, “Passports for U.S.-Born Minors Living in Mexico.” Televisa Noreste, and Grupo Mi Radio 1310 AM – Matamoros, Mexico
  • Speaker, “Visa Ineligibilities and Waivers.” Grupo Mi Radio 1310 AM –  Matamoros, Mexico
  • Keynote Speaker, “Education USA in China: Connecting U.S. Institutions to the Chinese Market.” Education USA Internet Broadcast – Beijing, China
  • Keynote Speaker, “Overview of Student Visas.” AP China Annual Education Summit –  Beijing, China

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