Immigration Lawyer

Amien Kacou


Mr. Kacou has several years of national and international experience helping immigrant workers and families settle in the United States. He began his career as an intern in public interest organizations working with child trafficking victims and refugees, before joining a small practice where he focused on removal defense, family unity and naturalization. He now dedicates a larger portion of his practice to international workers, including professionals seeking H-1B status as well as researchers seeking national interest waivers.

Mr. Kacou welcomes requests for advice or representation at any stage of proceedings and regularly provides narrowly-tailored assistance with: 
  • Requests for evidence
  • Notices of intent to deny
  • Motions to reopen or to reconsider
  • AAO and BIA appeals
  • Proofs of good moral character
  • Waivers of inadmissibility
  • Waivers of joint/timely petitions to remove conditions on residence

  • English
  • French

Bar Admission
  • Florida (2007-Present)


  • University of Maryland, CP (BA)
  • Johns Hopkins University (MA)
  • Florida Coastal School of Law (JD)


Immigration Law

Immigration Policy

National Security Law