Nicole A. Antoine

Immigration Services Consultant & CEO

Retired Immigration Services Officer


Telephone: (907) 230-9351




A native Spanish speaker, Nicole was born in Panama and became a naturalized U.S. citizen in 1984.  For more than 24 years, Nicole worked as an Immigration Services Officer (ISO) for Immigration and Naturalization Services, including 12 years in the Anchorage Field Office. This work entailed researching and analyzing petitions and supporting documents, as well as interviewing petitioners and applicants to assess credibility.  As an ISO2, she interviewed and, through specialized understanding and application of law and internal policy, granted or denied immigration applications, based on the specifics of the situation. 


Nicole has lived in Anchorage since August 2003. While with INS, Nicole regularly interacted with the community in immigration matters by conducting community outreach and interviews for adjustment of status and naturalization on location in Dutch Harbor, Fairbanks, Juneau, Ketchikan, and Kodiak, as well as at the home office in Anchorage.  Retired in September 2015, Nicole has continued to work with the Alaska immigration community and maintains contacts throughout the state. Nicole graduated in 1996 from the Department of Justice’s Federal Law Enforcement Training Center in Glynco, Georgia, after working as an Immigration Inspector since 1991. Nicole brings more than two decades of experience and knowledge, as well as her prodigious energy and dedication, to her role as an immigration consultant.


What can I do for you?


  • Refer you to immigration laws, regulations and policies


  • Screen your case to determine eligibility for benefits for which you may be eligible


  • Review and process your application from beginning to end


  • Provide immigration consulting services in my native language of Spanish


  • Provide French, Russian, and Tagalog interpreters who are knowledgeable in immigration policy 


  • Notarize original documents



[1] Immigration services officers are agents of the USCIS. Job duties include researching and analyzing applications, petitions and supporting documentation; interviewing petitioners and applicants to assess credibility; and denying or granting petitions and applications. Immigration services officers may also interact with the media and community groups. At times, they work with other agencies and lawyers, and they might represent the Department of  Homeland Security in court proceedings.



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