COVID-19-Policy

Kuck Baxter Immigration has been carefully monitoring the latest developments concerning the outbreak of COVID-19 in the United States. As of today, we are maintaining our operations and our dedicated staff continues to process visa and work permit petitions, labor certifications, family based immigration cases, as well as to perform all other legal immigration services, including attending the Immigration Courts, which despite all common sense, remain open around the United States and in the detention centers in Georgia. We wish to advise you, however, that our daily operations have had to undergo modifications due to the evolving situation.

All of our paralegals and many of our attorneys (along with most of our support staff) are working principally from home, as we had long ago developed contingency plans and technology to handle remote work situations. This includes the ability to work seamlessly on our networks and have our phones work remotely through VOIP, so that we can provide as much consistency as possible in our service delivery during this challenging time. We are still giving personal appointments with our partners, in urgent situations, and, of course, we remain ready to consult with our clients over video conference (Zoom, Skype, WhatsApp, Messenger, etc.) and telephone, and, of course, by email. Kindly make telephone or video appointments if you have recently traveled through a high-risk area that has COVID-19 cases, are ill with flu like symptoms, or had contact with an individual that may have COVID-19.

We have also been posting daily updates on our Firms’ Facebook page (which you can view here: https://www.facebook.com/kuckimmigration/), and we have been sending out daily updates in both English and Spanish to your clients. If you would like sign up for these updates go to the bottom of our home page: https://www.immigration.net/

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to us a 404-816-8611. On behalf of all of us at firm, please accept our thanks for your understanding as we face this crisis together as a nation and as a global community.

We look forward to continuing to serve you both during and after this crisis.