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Case Results

Read about the success stories of people in St. Louis who fought for the right to live and work in the United States with the help of the Hacking Immigration Law. Because of attorney James Hacking’s extensive experience with immigration law, clients of Hacking Immigration Law receive the best treatment from attorneys with in-depth information.

DISCLAIMER: The results are specific to the facts and legal circumstances of each of the clients’ cases and should not be used to form an expectation that the same results could be obtained for other clients in similar matters without reference to the specific factual and legal circumstances of each client’s case.

St. Louis Immigration Attorney Jim Hacking Explains Why Working with an Experienced Immigration Attorney Can Boost Your Chances of Success

People who are considering hiring an immigration attorney often ask us why they need an attorney.  Some people interview us and conclude that they can handle their immigration matter without an attorney.  And there are certainly some simple issues that people should feel comfortable handling themselves. But obtaining lawful permanent resident status for a family..
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St. Louis Immigration Attorney Jim Hacking Helps Overstay Obtain Lawful Permanent Residence

Our office was contacted last year by a young Bosnian American from south St. Louis county whose mother-in-law had come to the United States in 2007 on a B1/B2 visitor visa.  The visitor visa had expired long ago and the fact that the elderly lady was living in the United States for three years out..
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Green Cards for Moms

We recently assisted two mothers of U.S. citizens obtain lawful permanent resident status.  While the two cases were somewhat similar, the facts of each case provides an interesting look into the nuances of federal immigration law.  These stories also demonstrate why working with an experienced immigration attorney is a good idea. In the first instance,..
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British Client Receives Green Card Three Days After Interview and Three Months After Filing

We happily received news in mid-January that our client’s application for Lawful Permanent Resident (“LPR”) status had been approved.  Our client, Jennifer G., applied for a spouse visa and green card for her husband, Jake, a British National, on October 26, 2012.  We attended the visa interview on Wednesday, January 9, 2013.  The interview went..
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Our Lawyers Have Received Over 500 Google Reviews

Sriram Devanathan

im is a great attorney who always has his human side “ON”. The clients come first to him. When approached for time sensitive issues, he was readily available and was prompt. I have had to reach out to him for myself & have recommended him to others. He always welcomed everyone and gave patient hearing. And he would not mind recommending other attorneys’ if he feels that they would better serve that particular case. Even if it means one less client for him. That sums up who Jim is. Thank you Jim!

Justin Charboneau

Jim and his team are extremely knowledgeable individuals. It is great to have someone like this on your side. I have and will continue to recommend Hacking Law Practice, LLC to anyone who needs legal advice on immigration issues.

Bouchra Aanouz

This firm was amazing helping me with my husband’s case. Jim and his team were very responsive to all my questions and concerns. i wish I had consulted them earlier as my husband’s case was stuck in Administrative Processing for over a year and a half. Two months after I gave my case to Jim, my husband was granted his visa. Would definitely recommend them and already have recommended them to my friends.

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