Megan A. Lantz, J.D.
Megan graduated from Drake University Law School in December of 2005. She has been working in the field of immigration law since 2004, when she began clerking for a small immigration law firm. Megan is fluent in Spanish.
Megan is on the Executive Committee of the Iowa/Nebraska Chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Association, serving as chapter secretary. She has been a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association since 2011. She also serves as an American Immigration Lawyers Association Mentor nationwide in the areas of T & U Visas, as well as Violence Against Women Act Petitions. Having worked as a Bilingual Staff Attorney for the Iowa Coalition Against Domestic Violence from 2007-2010, Megan is committed to immigrant victims’ rights issues. During her employment at the coalition, Megan served as a mentor to students at the University of Iowa College of Law on Violence Against Women Act and U Visa Petitions as part of their clinical program. She has also trained Iowa law enforcement on U Visa Petitions at the Iowa Law Enforcement Academy at Camp Dodge.
Joined Barten Lantz P.C. Specializing in Immigration Law: 2012
University of Northern Iowa
Summa Cum Laude
Drake University, School of Law
Spanish Language and Culture