Based in Lexington, Kentucky we are here to serve the Fayette County area as well as surrounding counties, however since immigration is covered under Federal Jurisdiction we are able to help people from all across the United States as well. We assist people with their immigration issues whether they are applying for a green card, citizenship, asylum or refugee status, needing renewals, student visas, migrant worker visas, and any other immigration assistance they may need.
If you or someone you know has been the victim of domestic violence or other crimes, you may qualify for a green card.
Did you come to the United States as a teenager or younger? Have you attended school in the U.S? You may qualify for a temporary protective status, ask us how.
If you or someone you know is in ICE Custody or in the process of being deported, we may be able to help.
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