Our team is built on a foundation of knowledge and understanding. Many of our attorneys and staff members have been through the immigration process with their own families. With a combination of legal experience and personal immigration experience, we are well equipped to help you navigate the complexities of the U.S immigration process.
At the Nanthaveth & Associates, PLLC, we will act as your guide through the complex U.S. immigration system. We offer comprehensive legal services for employers, as well as for individuals. An attorney from our firm can advise you on matters such as business immigration, labor certification and helping you obtain work visas for your employees, in addition to employment eligibility verification and any other issues which may pose a barrier to the operations of your company. We can help you apply for a family visa, fiancé visa or immigration visa, as well as guide you through the process of obtaining a green card for lawful permanent resident status.
When your right to live and work in this country is at stake, you should not take any chances by representing yourself with immigration officials. Let an immigration attorney from our law office guide you through the process and fight to defend you. Your concern is our concern and we offer honest, straightforward advice and will help you find the solution that best meets your needs.
Our offices are located centrally in Austin, Texas and Baton Rouge, Louisiana, but we can work with clients throughout the U.S. and across the globe. We offer bilingual services in Spanish, Laotian and Thai, with translation in other languages available upon request.
Meet The Team
Vi Nanthaveth, Attorney
Whether you have come to the United States to unite with family, flee persecution, compete in a sport or further your career, Immigration Attorney Vi Nanthaveth can help you achieve your goals. As a young child, Ms. Nanthaveth first entered the United States as a refugee from Laos. She has personally experienced the complications of the immigration process. Like other immigrants, she and her family came to the U.S. to seek a better life and better opportunities.
Vi Hoang, Of Counsel
Ms. Hoang is no stranger to the immigration process. Her entire family entered the United States in 1979 as refugees. Having experienced first-hand the complexity of the legal system while adapting to a completely new life, culture and language, she is determined to help others maneuver through what can be a formidable, tedious and confusing process.
Dallon Bush, Of Counsel
As a city attorney for St. Gabriel, Louisiana, Mr. Bush was the lead attorney in sales tax litigation which will result in the City receiving an annual revenue increase of over half a million dollars, as well as a lump sum receipt of sales and use tax revenue of over 1.6 million dollars. Recently, Mr. Bush disengaged from his criminal defense practice due to having accepted a position as an Assistant District Attorney for the 23rd JDC District Attorney’s Office for Ascension Parish, Louisiana and now focuses primarily on prosecution of felony criminal matters, private personal injury litigation, family and immigration law.
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“Since my father is an immigrant himself, I understand the hardships that people go through to make people follow through with life changing decisions. Working at an Immigration Law Firm has helped me understand other peoples' hardships, and drives me to help those share the same dream that my father shared with me: to live in a country where human rights are valued. As a recent graduate from the University of Texas, I am glad to be able to use my skills to help others move into a country they will feel safe in.”
“All cases interest me, but I most enjoy working on provisional waiver and asylum cases because they go beyond filling out forms. As a writer, I enjoy being able to help our clients tell their stories to USCIS. It allows me to highlight the uniqueness of each individual client and emphasize to USCIS that they are more than just a case number.”
"I was born in Mexico and as an immigrant, I have faced many obstacles and challenges. From my own experience, I know what it is to have doubts and uncertainty about an immigration status. Since I was a little girl, my father use to tell me that we are citizens of the world. It doesn't matter where we were born. In occasions, our dreams, work, or our experiences of life will take us to live in a different country, but we have the right to be treated with dignity, and it is our responsibility to treat others worthily.”
7600 Chevy Chase Dr, Suite 300
Austin, TX 78752
Tel: (512) 371-9000
Hours: 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
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