In 1989, Ms. Ferguson began working in the immigration field, first for the Howard Eisberg Law Firm and then, began her solo practice in 1991 in City, Kansas. In 1998, the firm of Austin & Ferguson, L.L.C. was established in Kansas City, Missouri. Throughout her career, Ms. Ferguson has been involved with the American Immigration Lawyers Association and local bar associations, providing legal education programs in the field of immigration. She has served on the Essential Worker Committee, the Family Law Committee, the Conference Planning Committee and the Department of Labor Committee for AILA National. Additionally, she taught Immigration lawat Washburn Law School for several years, beginning in 1999 and in 2009helped establish an Immigration Law Clinic for the University of Kansas, focusing mainly on victims of domestic violence/crimes.
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