Kichul (Jack) Kim is a board certified immigration by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. There are only a few handful board certified immigration attorneys in the area. In order to be a board certified immigration attorney, there are a lot of requirements; many years of experience, many successful cases in all area of immigration, positive recommendations from an Immigration judge, Government attorneys, other board certified attorneys, and passing a very difficult exam. This office has been selected as the Goggle’s favorite place as an immigration attorney. Only one out of 250,000 business is chosen as Goggle’s favorite place because it is most visited and popular sites for immigration related matters.
When considering whether to retain the services of an immigration firm, it is important particularly in the immigration matter to know integrity and trustworthiness of the immigration attorney.
Attorney Kichul Jack Kim comes from unique personal and professional background.
He has been a bilingual pastor, court interpreter, and attorney. He is uniquely qualified to be an immigration attorney because he himself has through various immigration offices and was treated like a second class citizen.
He has helped people with immigration needs as a pastor, friend, and attorney. He has successfully represented large companies, churches, hospitals, and more than 1000 immigrants in connection with their immigration needs, and helped them to achieve their desired goals for the past 11 years.
He has been a member of AILA (American Immigration Lawyers Association) for the past 10 years. He was often a featured speaker for immigration topics to the teachers, pastors, and others who worked in the immigration fields.
He offers his compassionate understanding, professional competence, and extensive experience to the people who are out side of the circle and he draws a circle to get them inside through messy strings of immigration laws.
For all family-based visas, if not approved, we will make FULL REFUND OF ATTORNEY'S FEES to the client. We want to be rewarded with attorney's fees only when the benefits are afforded to our clients.