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Amien Kacou

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Immigration, Government Agencies, Civil Rights, Business Organization

Mr. Kacou has several years of national and international experience helping immigrant workers and families settle in the United States. He began his ... (more)

We provide legal information and confidential advice on all aspects of U.S. immigration law:
-Permanent Residence ("green card" for workers, families, researchers, and others)
-Temporary Visas (for investors, academics, professionals, students, and others)
-Humanitarian Protection (asylum, DACA, VAWA, and more)
-Removal or Deportation Defense

We are committed to representing all our clients with zeal, diligence and competence in all cases before U.S. immigration courts and agencies:
-Department of Justice (immigration courts and the Board of Immigration Appeals)
-Department of Homeland Security (USCIS, ICE and CBP)
-Department of State (offices, consulates and embassies)

We welcome inquiries for free or low-cost legal assistance from certain low-income individuals:
-Who are present in the United States without legal status;
-Who have a household income equal or inferior to 100% of the Poverty Guidelines; and
-Whose likely form of relief does not, in our opinion, necessitate the submission of a legal brief, given the specific          circumstances of the case.

  • Facilitating Legal Migration: The Challenge of Somali Statelessness | Georgetown Journal of International Affairs (Online)

    Hostage-Takers and Fleeing Felons: Questioning Two Analogies to the “Imminent Threat” of Terrorist Attack from Abroad | Harvard National Security Journal (Features)

    Expanding "Practical Sovereignty": Pre-Deprivation Due Process Suits for Drone Strikes on Non-U.S. Persons | North Carolina Law Review (Addendum)

    The Case for Treating Migration as Trade | Fletcher Forum of World Affairs

    For Refugee Protection, More Lenient Marriage Recognition is a Must | Georgetown Journal of International Affairs (Online)

    Drone Strikes and a Strategic Case for Adversarial Due Process | International Policy Digest

    Five Arguments on the Rationality of Suicide Terrorists | Aggression and Violent Behavior

    The Equity of Immigration 'Amnesty'" | Georgetown Journal of International Affairs (Online)

    Why Security Needs Liberty | Peace Studies Journal

    Refining "Cooperation" in Theory | International Affairs Forum

    John Updike. Terrorist | Perspectives on Terrorism
1940 Duke Street
Alexandria, VA 22314


1940 Duke Street
Alexandria, VA 22314

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