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Adjustment of Status(AOS): Immigrants adjusted status in the United States and received their green cards. Sample cases involved: LPR father and immigrant child on F-1 visa; USC spouse married to F-1 visa wife from Vietnam; USC spouse married to Canadian B-2 spouse; and USC married B-2 tourist from Vietnam and walk-in parole issues


Removal Asylum: Sample cases involved- Congolese, Gambian, and Guatemalan immigrants were granted asylee status, allowing them to receive work permits and have the right to petition for their loved ones to immigrate to the United States.


I-130 Petition Abroad/Family Based Petitions: LPR mother petitioned for immigrant child and husband; 



Immigration

The Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) governs all immigration matters. Here is a link to it on the USCIS.gov website. 

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Https://www.uscis.gov/ilink/docView/SLB/HTML/SLB/act.html


Our law office focuses on the following areas within immigration:



     - Family Based Petitions: Reuniting immediate family members with USC citizen member. 


     - Adjustment of Status (AOS)
 ยง 245. Adjustment of Status of Non-immigrant to that of Person Admitted for Permanent Resident [8 U.S.C. 1255]  

     - U visas

     - DACA

     - Removal

     - Asylum

     - Naturalization and Citizenship

























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KKV LAW

Law Office of Kim-Khanh T. Van, PLLC
Office Telephone: 425-793-4357