Jennifer Langi is originally from Mexico and received her law degree from J. Reuben Clark Law School. After law school, she taught English writing and worked in student affairs at Utah Valley University and Brigham Young University before practicing immigration law exclusively.
Jennifer joined Bighorn Law to establish their immigration department in 2018, and has successfully represented clients pursuing relief before USCIS, Consulates and Immigration Court. She is licensed in Utah and can represent clients in federal immigration matters in all fifty states and every U.S. consulate.
Jennifer currently appears on two Utah Spanish radio stations (Placer 107.1 FM & Mi Preferida 104.7 FM) and internet station Radio Tonga to answer immigration questions. She loves helping others pursue the American dream and cannot imagine doing anything else.
Jennifer is of Mexican and Native American descent and her husband is the son of Tongan immigrants. She served an 18-month volunteer church mission in the Dominican Republic before attending law school and speaks Spanish fluently. In her free time she enjoys spending time with her family and building Legos with her children.