Kivu Law helps lawful permanent residents with the naturalization application process so that green card holders can become U.S. citizens. When clients become citizens, Kivu Law can also help their children apply for their certificates of citizenship.
Kivu Law helps refugees, asylees, and other individuals adjust their status to become lawful permanent residents in the United States.
Kivu Law helps victims of domestic violence, trafficking, and other serious crimes seek immigration benefits such as VAWA, a U-Visa, or a T-Visa.
If you are a U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident, Kivu Law may be able to help you petition for your family member to receive a green card.
Kivu Law helps both employers and employees explore options for employment-based visas to help meet hiring needs and provide employment authorization to our region's workforce.
Kivu Law helps individuals who recently arrived to the United States and fled persecution or fear of persecution in their home country. They may be eligible to apply for asylum.
Children who came to the United States without both parents and are currently under eighteen may be eligible to apply for Special Immigrant Juvenile (SIJ) classification.
Kivu Law helps recipients of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) with their renewal applications so that they remain eligible for work authorization and receive protection from deportation.