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We can help you with all kinds of immigration, permanent residence, citizenship, and asylum issues.
In many cases, we can help immigrant families, or families with immigrant members, get together or stay together. We can help you obtain the proper visa to have a parent, child, or sibling enter the United States from overseas. We can help you obtain a K-1 visa if you're a foreign national living overseas who is engaged to marry an American citizen. Or, if you are an enlisted man or woman interested in bringing your non-citizen spouse or fiancÃ©e to the United States, we can help you file for a K-class (K-1, K-2, K-3, K-4) visa as well. We are very experienced in conducting business over the phone and internet if you are in the Armed Forces and stationed overseas. Our office can also assist you in completing the applicable petition (i.e. I-130, I-129F, etc.) to ensure that your visa application is processed in a timely manner.
We can also help you in cases where a family member or relative is threatened with deportation or removal proceedings, especially in those painful situations where a foreign national parent of an American-born child is detained by the ICE and is facing deportation. If there's a way to help keep your family together, we can help you find it and present your strongest case possible to USCIS or the Immigration Court.
If you or someone you care about was forced to flee his or her country of origin, we can file a petition for asylum and present the strongest argument possible for asylum status. If you are already in the United States under a tourist or student visa but cannot return to your country of origin due to religious or political persecution, we can help you apply for asylum in the United States. Since most asylum cases require the petitioner to establish the existence of known, targeted measurable persecution and not just a totalitarian or corrupt government, we may consult professors or other expert witnesses who can testify on your behalf.
To find out your rights, call or e-mail the Kentucky-Indiana immigrants' rights law firm at Vickerstaff Law Office, P.S.C.
Understanding and completing the many forms needed in a visa application is no easy task. If you provide incorrect information or fail to provide the proper supporting documents, your petition could be rejected or delayed for a long period of time. Having an attorney to guide you through the process is the best way to ensure that your visa application is accepted.
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