Shane Crager, born in Texas and grew up in Wisconsin, graduated from Brigham Young University-Idaho in 2014 with a degree in political science. Before attending his undergraduate Shane developed a love for the Hispanic people and their culture while serving a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in Provo, Utah. During this time Shane was specifically assigned to work with the Spanish speaking people. He saw the struggles of people as they navigated the path to being legal here in the United States. He developed a desire to work in Immigration during this time. Shane attended law school at Marquette University, where he graduated in 2018. Shane was admitted to Practice law in Wisconsin in 2018. Shane’s work covers all areas of immigration law, and focuses on family-based cases, U Visas, deportation defense, and naturalization.
Shane enjoys spending time with his family, watching Football (especially the Green Bay Packers), and being active in the outdoors.