5701 Executive Center Drive
Charlotte, NC 28212
T (704) 568-9228
Mr. López received his B.S. Foreign Service Degree with a concentration in International Economics and a minor in Latin American Studies from Georgetown University in 2000. His J.D. degree was earned from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Law School in 2007. Mr. López is admitted to practice law in the State of North Carolina.
Mr. Andrés López practices in all areas of the U.S. Immigration and Nationality Law as an associate attorney at Kuck Immigration Partners LLC. Being an immigrant himself from Medellin, Colombia, Mr. López is passionate, committed, and an enthusiastic advocate for the immigrant community. He believes in helping the diverse immigration community achieve their unique American dreams which collectively emphasize on maintaining family unity, creating businesses, obtaining education, and weaving their cultural heritages into the rich rubric of the American society. Attorney López understands and respects his client’s desire of having a direct relationship with their attorneys, and he prides himself on his accessibility and quality of work.
PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES, AWARDS, AND COMMUNITY SERVICE
Attorney López currently acts an assistant liaison to the American Immigration Lawyers Association’s USCIS Charlotte field office. He also represents AILA in discussing immigration issues with U.S. Congressman Richard Hudon and his office. He has also signed the AILA pledge to give fifty hours of pro bono service to the community and often volunteers at the International House and the Latin American Coalition.
Additionally, Mr. López serves as the secretary of the Mecklenburg County Hispanic Latino Bar. He also actively serves the immigrant community by educating them on their rights and the rapidly evolving immigration laws and regulations.
In addition to his involvement at the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) and the Mecklenburg County Hispanic Latino Bar, Attorney López is also an active member of the Mecklenburg County Bar, Mecklenburg County Bar's Immigration Practice Section and Young Lawyer's Division, the Latin American Chamber of Commerce, the Charlotte Chamber of Commerce, and the Hispanic Constructors Association of the Carolinas.
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