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Charles H Kuck

Atlanta, Georgia
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Charles H. Kuck is an EB-5 immigration attorney and the managing partner of the immigration law firm of Kuck Baxter Immigration Partners, LLC, located in Atlanta. In addition to managing this nationwide law firm, Attorney Kuck concentrates his practice on international migration matters and U.S. nationality and immigration law. His practice includes assisting employees and employers with consular representation, labor certifications, professional visas, citizenship and immigration visa matters for foreign professionals, managers and skilled workers. He has represented immigrants in over 600 trials in immigration court and keeps an active immigration practice in various federal courts. Kuck’s clients include entrepreneurs, individual investors, multinational corporations, manufacturers, technology firms, asylum seekers and individual immigrants. He also assists employers in maintaining immigration compliance and verifying new employer work eligibility under the I-9 provisions.

Kuck is a former president of the American Immigration Lawyers Association. He, additionally, served on the organization’s National Executive Committee, Board of Governors, was chair of the Atlanta chapter and was also the national chair of the Young Lawyers Division. He also currently serves as the national secretary for the Academy of Business Immigration Lawyers and was a founding fellow of the Academy. Kuck has taught advanced and introductory law seminars as an adjunct professor at the Georgia School of Law since 1999.

Kuck has earned widespread praise for his contributions to immigration law. He earned the Joseph F. Minsky Young Lawyer Award for Outstanding Contributions to the Practice of Immigration Law in 1999. He earned the Benjamin Landey Pro Bono Award in 2000 from Catholic Social Services. Georgia Trend magazine named Kuck as one of the “100 Most Influential Georgians” in 2011. He was also selected as a “Super Lawyer” in Atlanta Magazine and is listed as one of the world’s leading business lawyers in Chambers Global, as one of America’s leading business lawyers in Chambers USA and is listed in Best Lawyers in America.

Kuck earned his undergraduate degree in 1986 from Brigham Young University and his law degree in 1989 from Arizona State University Law School, where he graduated cum laude. He is admitted to practice in Arizona, Washington, D.C. and Georgia. He has frequently appeared on National Public Radio, MSNBC, CNBC, FoxNews and CBS and has been quoted in publications including the Washington Post, New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Wall Street Journal, Miami Herald, New Yorker, National Journal, Business Week and Atlanta Journal Constitution.

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