Privacy Policy-Law Offices of Jimmy Johnson PLLC’s Commitment to Your Privacy


Law Offices of Jimmy Johnson PLLC and Jimmy is deeply committed to your rights and privacy and takes your privacy seriously. We have very strict privacy policies and we strive to keep your personal and financial information secure. Please note that this Privacy Policy only applies to the Law Offices of Jimmy Johnson PLLC and Jimmy’s Web Site and not to any other associated Third Party Web Sites that you may access from it, since each of these Third Party Web Sites may have privacy policies that are materially distinct from Law Offices of Jimmy Johnson PLLC and Jimmy’s Privacy Policy. As such:

  1. This Privacy Policy covers Law Offices of Jimmy Johnson PLLC and Jimmy’s treatment of personally identifiable information that Law Offices of Jimmy Johnson PLLC and Jimmy collects when you are on its web site, and/or use its Services and Materials.
  2. We pledge to hold all information you provide to us in absolute privacy.
  3. We will NEVER share your name, e-mail address or personal information with any third party, unless specifically authorized by you.
  4. We NEVER sell or rent our mailing list.
  5. We are audited by some of the top Internet security companies.
  6. Only authorized employees may access your information.
  7. All employees are required to adhere to our strict privacy policies and any employee who violates the privacy policy is subject to termination and other disciplinary measures, up to being criminally prosecuted for their violation.


Client’s Personal Information. In order for each client to be fully and adequately provided with Immigration Services, Law Offices of Jimmy Johnson PLLC and Jimmy requires that each client provide us with his/her personal information (collectively “Personally Identifiable Information”). Such Personally Identifiable Information includes: (i) “Contact Data” such as your first and last name, physical street address, city, state, zip code, phone number and email address; (ii) “Financial Data” such as your credit card number, expiration date, and verification code; (iii) “Demographic Data” such as your zip code and gender; and (iv) other “Legal Data” such as your social security number, automobile information, personal wedding information and other sensitive information necessary to generate proper legal documents. This Personally Identifiable Information is necessary to generate the legal documents to be used to process the client’s Immigration case situation.

Please be advised that certain personal information becomes public record upon the filing of documents with the administration or judicial court(s) such as the Immigration Court, Board of Immigration Appeals, United States District Courts, and/or United States Court of Appeals or government agencies such as the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) under the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) or the United States Department of Labor (DOL). The names, addresses, alien numbers, and client case circumstances become public information upon the filing of your cases on appropriate Immigration Forms, supporting affidavits and evidence with these courts, governmental departments, and public agencies. In some circumstances, this information may be made available to other governmental agencies, departments, and public institutions, even to private agencies, foundations, and establishments that help with immigrants and non-immigrants matters. The Law Offices of Jimmy Johnson PLLC and Jimmy’s privacy policy does not cover actions by these public and private institutions or other Third Parties. In fact, we use Contact Data such as name, physical address and email address to provide special information or services to our clients regarding their case circumstance(s). But any Financial Data gather is used strictly for the purposes of processing or completing the financial transaction for your order.

Confidentiality and Security of Client’s Personal Information. As stated above, we will keep your Personally Identifiable Data private, and will not share it with other Third Party governmental departments, agencies, and public or private institutions unless you specifically approve of the disclosure, or if the Law Offices of Jimmy Johnson PLLC and Jimmy is required by law to comply with a valid legal requirement such as law, federal regulation, search warrant, subpoena or court order.

Client’s Use of Third Party Web Sites. The Law Offices of Jimmy Johnson PLLC and Jimmy may maintain links to other Third Party Web Sites. If you choose to visit other Third Party Web Sites, we are not responsible for the Privacy Practices or content of those other Web Sites, and it is your responsibility to review the Privacy Policies at those Third Party Web Sites to confirm that you understand and agree with their internal operating policies.

Retention of Client’s Records. The Law Offices of Jimmy Johnson PLLC and Jimmy currently retains Personally Identifiable Information for a reasonable time period until the case situation comes to a conclusive end and/or all expected application(s) relating to the case(s) or future family cases are completed.

Commitment To Client’s Data Security. We strive to make certain that our servers and connections incorporate the latest encryption and security devices. To prevent unauthorized access, we have implemented physical, electronic, and managerial procedures to safeguard and secure the information we collect about our clients’ personal and financial data. Credit card and personal information are transmitted to us by secure servers. Completed forms and documents on judicial and administrative petitions, appeals briefs and memoranda of law, motions, appendices, and case pleadings for Refugees and political asylum claimants, adjustment of status applications, Alien relative petitions, petitions for naturalization, certificate of citizenship, and other family immigration petitions as well as petitions for immigrant alien workers with extraordinary/exceptional ability and nonimmigrant aliens with specialty (professional) and unskilled occupation and their dependents/supporters to come to the United States to work, receive job training, or perform other related services; and extend or change their stay or status are delivered to you either via priority mail or via e-mail.

If for any reason you believe that your privacy has been breached through the use of our web site, you may contact us immediately at 347-426-8803.