ATTORNEYS

​Professional Associations and Memberships
  • American Immigration Lawyers Association 
  • Executive Board Member, Missouri-Kansas Chapter, American Immigration Lawyers Association 
  • Missouri Bar Association 
  • National Lawyers Guild, National Immigration Project 
  • Missouri Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers

With more than 20 years experience working with immigrants and helping them with their immigration needs, Molina Immigration Law, LLC provides excellent service to our clients. 


We are fluent in English and Spanish.



Published Works and Presentations

  • Sarah Keefe Molina, Comment, Rejecting the Collateral Consequences Doctrine: Silence About Deportation May or May Not Violate Strickland's  Performance Prong, 51 ST. LOUIS U. L.J. 267, 278 (2006). 
  • ​Presenter, An Introduction to Missouri's New Autism Insurance Coverage Law, Molina, S, Jaffe, R., & Hwa-Froelich, D.A., Speech-Language-Hearing Association annual convention, Osage Beach, MO 2011.
  • Op-Ed: ​"Immigration policy could benefit from a dose of Jewish Tradition," ​St. Louis Jewish Light, Feb. 20, 2014     
  • Presenter, Family Immigration, American Immigration Lawyers Association, MO-KAN Conference, St. Louis, MO March 2015
  • Presenter, Possible Immigration Consequences for Activists, National Lawyers Guild, Midwest Conference, St. Louis, MO March 2015
  • Presenter, Powers of Attorney/Know Your Rights Clinic Training for Attorneys to Use to Train Immigrants, American Immigration Lawyers MO-KAN Chapter Conference & Litigation Practicum Training, St. Louis, MO April 2017
  • Presenter, Know Your Rights and Immigration Updates, St. Louis, MO, Fairmont City, IL, Ferguson, MO, Kennett, MO, Carbondale, IL 2017
  • ​Presenter,  H-2Bs in 2018, Prevailing Wage, NOA, All the Visas Gone Away, American Immigration Lawyers MO-KAN "Dreaming of Justice" Conference, Kansas City, MO April 2018
  • Presenter, Issue Spotting for Relief in a Raid, American Immigration Lawyers Association CLE Program, August 2018
  • Presenter, Family Petitions and Consular Processing, American Immigration Lawyers MO-KAN "Saving the American Dream" Conference, St. Louis, MO November 2018
  • ​Presenter, Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Requests, American Immigration Lawyers MO-KAN "Saving the American Dream" Conference, St. Louis, MO November 2018
  • ​Presenter, Proposed Changes to Public Charge Rules, Southern Illinois Immigrants' Rights Project, Carbondale, IL December 2018
  • Guest, KMOX radio program on H-2B visas, January 2019
Sarah K. Molina

Sarah earned her B.A. in Geography from UCLA and her J.D. from
St. Louis University School of Law, where she graduated magna cum laude in the top 2% of her class. Sarah began working with immigrants in 1997 at the Immigration Project in Granite City, IL.  She joined the Law Offices of Suzanne Brown, P.C. in 1998 and worked there as a paralegal until starting law school in 2004.  While in law school, Ms. Molina twice interned with the Missouri Public Defender and worked at the Federal Public Defender. Ms. Molina's published work on criminal defense counsel's obligations to noncitizens has been cited to the United States Supreme Court three times. Following law school, Ms. Molina served as a judicial law clerk to the Honorable Rodney W. Sippel of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri and then practiced complex civil litigation before returning to helping immigrants in 2012.


Since then, she has represented immigrants in front of United States Citizenship  Immigration Services and in Immigration Court and defended individuals accused of immigration-related crimes in federal court.

Who we are