Vivyane Kima

Vivyane Kima

Immigration Law Center
  • Immigration Law, Real Estate Law, Business Law
  • Connecticut, District of Columbia, Virginia
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Summary

Understandably, Ms. Kima has a passion for Immigration Law. She is motivated by the desire to help keep families together. She also has a strong desire to build an institution that can effectively guide and support American and African businesses to trade and invest in each other's markets on the basis of mutual respect and benefits. Service is her business. Ms. Kima believes in providing the highest level of service for her clients. She believes that good service makes all the difference to a successful business. She is always ready to go the extra mile to assist and satisfy her clients. During the several years of her practice, Ms. Kima has spent numerous hours working with individuals, families, businesses, and the community as a whole, utilizing her extensive experience and good judgment in assisting her clients make those tough and complicated decisions. Ms. Kima's extensive travels overseas around the world and inside the United States have given her that global and international edge to relate and identify with different cultures and people from all walks of life.

Practice Areas
  • Immigration Law
  • Real Estate Law
  • Business Law
Additional Practice Area
  • International Trade and Foreign Partnerships
Fees
  • Rates, Retainers and Additional Information
    Consultation fee of $150.00 is refunded once we take on your case. We can consider payment arrangements to accommodate our clients
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
Connecticut
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District of Columbia
District of Columbia Bar
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Virginia
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Languages
  • French: Spoken, Written
Education
Texas Southern University
B.A. | Social Work
Honors: Cum Laude. National Deans' List. International Youth in Achievement
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Texas Southern University Thurgood Marshall School of Law
J.D. (1984) | Law
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Professional Associations
Virginia State Bar # 86718
Member
Current
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American Immigration Lawyers Association Washington, DC Chapter
- Current
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Virginia Beach Bar Association
- Current
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South Hampton Roads Bar Association
- Current
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National Association of Professional Women
- Current
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Certifications
VA Bar
Virginia State Bar
CT Bar
Connecticut State Bar
D.C. Bar
District of Columbia Bar
CPR and AED Program
American Heart Association BLS for Healcare Providers Program
Legal Answers
1 Questions Answered

Q. First F-1, second I-130, third H-1B, fourth I-485?
A: Too many questions, too much more information needed to give any detailed response. My suggestion is to consult an immigration attorney right away to better address your questions, after you provide a more in information. But in general: Q-1 Yes, Brother filing for brother is far in the priority chain, so can take quite a while. Q-2 An employer is at liberty to file for a qualified applicant of it's choice. Q-3 Usually one immigration relief does not preclude filing for another, with a few exceptions. Which is why you want to consult with an immigration attorney sooner than later. Good luck
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Contact & Map
One Columbus Center
Suite 600
Virginia Beach, VA 23462
USA
Telephone: (757) 803-1190
Fax: (757) 301-6635
37 Jerome Avenue
Bloomfield, CT 06002
USA
Telephone: (860) 543-9504
Fax: (757) 301-6635