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Saturday, June 22, 2013


If you've been putting aside important immigration matters affecting you and your family, now may be a good time to consider these immigration issues and the possible benefits offered by the US government. Perhaps you're ready to start on a petition for a family member or on an application for yourself or you heard of a new law intended to help immigrants like the recent Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA). Or maybe you've encountered difficulties with a petition or application you already submitted. Whatever your particular situation may be, entrust your important immigration matters to a law office committed to understanding your unique immigration issues. The Law Office of Jin S. Kim 46 Shattuck Square, Suite 16 Berkeley, California 94704 (510) 277-2969 Active Member, California State Bar Active Member, American Immigration Lawyers Association Place the task of finding sound solutions to your immigration issues in the hands of an attorney with a history of success, extensive experience, strong academic credentials and, most importantly, a commitment to uncompromising service for each new client. The Law Office of Jin S. Kim is solely devoted to the practice of immigration law and dedicated to serving those seeking counsel regarding their immigration and visa issues. This office serves families seeking to reunite, small businesses seeking immigration solutions to human resource issues and religious congregations in the US seeking to support ethnic ministries. Family-based permanent residency adjustment of status clients are especially welcome. These clients receive a free consultation and a convenient flat fee for the adjustment of status application. This office strives to offer its clients uncompromising service, flexibility to meet the clients' particular circumstances and fair rates to accommodate their financial burdens. Whether you are a US citizen seeking benefits for a family member, an F-1 student transitioning into the workplace, or a small business considering a non-resident candidate for employment, we can guide you through the process. Mr. Kim is a graduate of UC Berkeley and received his Juris Doctorate at the University of Oregon, where his focus was international law. He has been an active member of the California State Bar since 2001. Khanjee

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