Providing Immigration Services Since 1989
Over 40 years combined experience
practicing immigration law!
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Russell Immigration Law Firm has over 40 years of combined experience in a very complex area of law. We offer clients the confidence that their cases will be handled professionally, applying knowledge of the law to the particular facts of each case. While most of our clients are from Kentucky and Indiana, we represent people who live throughout the United States and around the world. No matter where you live, we can help with your immigration petition or application.
EXPERIENCE WITH IMMIGRATION AGENCIES AND COURTS
Only an immigration law firm that understands the complexity of the relevant law and regulations can provide the knowledge necessary to present your case with the greatest chances of success. The attorneys at Russell Immigration Law have represented clients before USCIS, the immigration court, federal courts, and other federal agencies concerned with immigration to the US. Consistent communication between attorney and client is crucial to the way we present your case.
UP-TO-DATE KNOWLEDGE OF CHANGES IN THE LAW
Immigration law is a rapidly changing area of the law. President Obama's deferred action plan of November 20, 2014 is a recent example of such changes. This change will impact the lives of millions of immigrants and their families in the U.S. The attorneys at Russell Immigration Law participate in many regional and national networks, assuring access to legal and policy changes that make a difference in a client's case.
COMPASSION AND PERSONAL ATTENTION
Russell Immigration Law has supported immigrant communities throughout Kentucky for many years. We advocate for comprehensive immigration reform and other ways to bring about a more humane and rational immigration system. We know how important each immigration case is to your family and your community. We always try to balance a full understanding of complex, difficult law with compassion and respect for our clients and their families.