FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Contact: Claudia Torrescano
Chavez & Valko, LLP is pleased to announce
the opening of its Baton Rouge office
Dallas, Texas - November 29, 2012. Chavez & Valko, one of the leading North Texas-based immigration law firms, continues to expand its federal immigration practice out of state. After successfully assisting thousands of clients in all areas of immigration law through its two offices in Dallas and Fort Worth, Texas, the firm is now providing its legal services in the Louisiana market by opening a new office in Baton Rouge.
"We couldn't be happier to announce the opening of our third office - this time in the state of Louisiana. We pride ourselves in providing our clients with aggressive, zealous representation in all facets of immigration law, and we look forward to being able to provide Louisiana residents with the representation they deserve," stated the firm's partner, Martin Valko. The new Chavez & Valko office is located at 4913 S. Sherwood Forest Blvd., Suite A, in Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70816, and can be reached directly at 225-291-2155.
About Chavez & Valko, LLP
Chavez & Valko handles all types of immigration and naturalization cases throughout United States and abroad. The firm's attorneys represent individuals and businesses in a broad range of immigration matters including permanent residence ("green cards"), work and family visas, U.S. citizenship, waivers, deportation defense, appellate litigation, and employer compliance. Clients range from individuals to families, small businesses to large corporations, including Fortune 500 and multi-national companies. Among other clients are foreign nationals with distinguished backgrounds including Grammy-nominated artists and world-class and Olympic athletes, MLB and NFL trading card manufacturer, NHRA racing team members, and our attorneys have provided counsel to various ATP tennis players, LPGA members, and NHL players.
Partner Nick Chavez is Board Certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in Immigration and Nationality Law. Partner Martin Valko has been serving as Slovakia's Honorary Consul to the State of Texas, and has also been providing legal advice to the Embassy of the Slovak Republic on U.S. immigration laws and policy. Finally, both partners have been appointed by the Mexican Ministry of Foreign Affairs (SRE) to serve as legal advisors (Abogados Consultores) to the Mexican Consulate in Dallas, Texas on U.S. immigration matters. For more information about Chavez & Valko please visit www.keyvisa.com; Chavez & Valko, Your Key to Immigration Solutions. SM