About This Show
Charles H. ("Chuck") Kuck is Managing Partner of Kuck Immigration Partners
located in Atlanta, Georgia. Chuck previously served as the National
President of the American Immigration Lawyers Association ("AILA") from
2008-2009. He is also the immediate past president of the international
Alliance of Business Immigration Lawyers, and currently serves as an Adjunct
Professor of Law at Emory Law School. Prior to his time at Emory Law
School, Chuck was and adjunct professor of law at UGA for 13 years. He was
named one of the top 5 immigration attorneys in the world by Chambers &
Partners again in 2014, and was named one of the 2011 "100 Most Influential
Georgians" by Georgia Trend magazine. He has been listed for more than a
decade in Best Lawyers in America, and in Atlanta Magazine as a Georgia"Super Lawyer." Chuck has practiced immigration law for 25 years, has spoken
to numerous legal and business conferences on all types of immigration
related topics, testified in Congress on aspects of Immigration Law and
Immigration Reform, is frequently quoted in the national press, and appears
regularly on television and cable news outlets.
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Rated 4 out of
Charles you seem beyond defensive about a simple website that offers an avenue for those people who can not afford your services and may not live near and organizations such as Catholic Charities who would be able to help him fill out the so-called simple forms. It is no more dangerous then an applicant going to an attorney who exactly should be looking out for their best interest who could just as easily get that person in trouble with immigration court depending on the scenario. This website seems similar to a person who is less than educated in tax law bringing their excessively simple tax forms to H&R Bloc for a hearty fee considering the little amount of accounting need to do so. A 1040ez isn't a AR11 I agree but I would disagree that it is offensive. It is merely an avenue and as a consumer they should weigh their decision on using that product. Just don't be dismissive since it isn't a bad idea. If an aggravated felon forgets to mention that they have been arrested they deserve to be put in proceedings and a person who is a law abiding truthful immigrant they deserve a price less than a lawyer with the minimal security that this site may offer. Just don't be so closed minded. My apologies for the minimal grammatical errors. Stitchers mobile site leaves something to be desired for these review text box. Thanks for listening.
Date published: 2014-02-04