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Kevin L. Dixler

542 S Dearborn St.
Suite 590
Chicago, Illinois

888-634-7623

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Mr. Dixler successfully defends clients in the Immigration Courts, Board of Immigration Appeals and Federal Courts.

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Immigration Law

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Kevin Dixler is a Chicago attorney, who has practiced immigration law since 1993. A Chicago native, originally from Central Rogers Park, he is bilingual in Spanish, but his staff also speak Hindi and Urdu. He concentrates his practice on family/marriage based filings, Federal litigation, citizenship/naturalization, complicated immigrant work visas and deportation matters.


Most of his clients are individuals. Appointments or teleconferences are strongly recommended to evaluate all facts, then determine the best strategies. He can also help immigrants who have criminal charges or convictions. His experience with waivers of inadmissibility for crime, unlawful presence, and fraud are a strong asset for anyone facing legal immigration hurdles. He is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association, and he works in the Immigration Courts, Board of Immigration Appeals, and Federal Courts. He has even filed suit against the US Citizenship and Immigration Service in the Federal Courts to challenge unreasonable delays with naturalizations, name checks, and adjudication.


If you need help with an immigration matter, act now: contact Chicago immigration attorney Kevin Dixler.

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What You Should Know about USCIS Form I-130

If you are a citizen or permanent resident of the United States, you may be able to help your relative immigrate here.  First of all, you need to know who the USCIS is (U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services) because you will be working quite a bit with this institution for quite some time. The f... […]

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What You Should Know about USCIS Form I-130

What You Should Know about USCIS Form I-130

If you are a citizen or permanent resident of the United States, you may be able to help your relative immigrate here.  First of all, you need to know who the USCIS is (U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services) because you will be working quite a bit with this institution for quite some time. The form that you will need to start with will be the I-130: a petition to notify the USCIS of your relative so you can bring them over. What Are The Requirements If you are hoping to bring more than one relative over, be aware that each individual relative will need a separate I-130 form filled out for them. Also, if you are a citizen already, then you can bring over any of the following: Your... […]