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Kuck Baxter Immigration

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Managing Partner: Charles H. Kuck
Number of partners: 4
Number of other lawyers: 5
Languages: English, Spanish, Arabic, French, Hungarian, Italian, German, Hindi, Gujarati, Portuguese

Firm Overview:
Based in Atlanta, Georgia, Kuck Baxter Immigration’s experienced attorneys and paralegals assist employers and employees with business and professional visas, labor certifications, immigrant visas, consular representation, and citizenship matters before the USCIS. Attorneys represent people in the defense of ICE I-9 audits and Department of Labor (DOL) Audits. The firm’s attorneys also fiercely defend their clients in Immigration Court and have filed and won hundreds of asylum cases over the last 30 years. Kuck Baxter Immigration also advocates for immigration reform and the rights of immigrants at every opportunity.

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Immigration Law:
Number of partners: 4
■Kuck Baxter Immigration’s expertise encompasses all types of business immigration matters for large and small corporate clients and individuals, such as filing EB-1 (PERM Labor Certification and Extraordinary Ability) visas, EB-2 (National Interest Waiver) visas, EB-5 Immigrant Investor visas, and the preparation of employment-based cases for O-1, P-1 F-1, OPT and CPT, H-1B, L-1, and E-2 nonimmigrant investor visa holders
■Kuck Baxter Immigration represents large and small employers in department of labor H-1B and PERM appeals and audits, as well as in ICE and HSI investigations and in ICE employer sanctions and I-9 audit cases
■Kuck Baxter Immigration has also worked with thousands of families in the handling of fiancé(e) (K-1), family, and spouse and marriage-based cases
■Kuck Baxter Immigration is nationally recognized for its work in Federal Court Litigation, including Mandamus, 336B, Declaratory Judgment and Habeas Corpus actions, fighting for individual clients’ rights in deportation, asylum or removal proceedings, and any other complex legal matters that are unique to immigration law