Virasin and Partners – An American Immigration Law Firm in Southeast Asia

Licensed U.S. Attorneys with over 20 years of experience in U.S. Immigration law 

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    Honest and Client-Centered

    Virasin and Partners is an international law firm with offices in Bangkok, Chiangmai, and Houston, Texas. We have licensed U.S. attorneys who provide advisory and legal assistance in a wide variety of U.S. Immigration Matters. Everyone in our staff is fluent in English. Our pragmatic, friendly, and honest attorneys and representatives attempt to locate creative solutions for our clients. We focus on what is in the best interest of our clients and do not pressure our clients with unnecessary legal procedures. Our goal is to develop a long term relationship with our clients. Attorney and staff work as a team to ensure that clients are kept up to date on their case and that questions will be answered within a reasonable time frame.

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    Biden officials visit U.S-Mexico border

    Biden officials visited U.S-Mexico border Saturday amid migrant influx.    This past Saturday, DHS Secretary Mayorkas led a visit by Biden administration officials to the U.S. border with Mexico amid a growing number of border crossings and criticism by Republicans that an immigration crisis is brewing. The Biden administration has faced criticism from immigration activists whoContinue reading

    Government invites migrant denied under

    Government invites migrants denied under ‘Muslim ban’ to reapply On Monday, the State Department has announced that, after a 45-day policy review, it will review applications from people who were denied immigrant visas under country-specific travel restrictions imposed during the Trump administration. The agency will no longer deny visas to applicants from 13 countries namedContinue reading

    TPS green card case draws support Court

    TPS green card case draws support at Supreme Court. On Monday, advocates flooded the docket with amicus brief in a U.S. Supreme Court case concerning green cards for certain temporary protected status (TPS) holders, with groups including Harvard University who are backing permanent residency for all TPS recipients. The Court is set to resolve aContinue reading

    Biden to use‘more inclusive immigration

    Biden to use ‘more inclusive’ immigration terms. President Biden is instructing officials to use “more inclusive” language when discussing immigration. Acting Director of USCIS, Tracy Renaud, signed a memo sent in an email Tuesday informing officials to use “more inclusive language in the agency’s outreach efforts ,internal documents and in overall communication with stakeholders, partnersContinue reading

    Refugees removed from flights to U.S.

    Refugees removed from flights to the U.S. as they await Biden’s signature Hundreds of refugees who were approved to come to the U.S. are now being taken off of flights, according to resettlement agencies who work with refugees. Biden promised to dramatically increase the number of refugees who could come to the U.S. However, despiteContinue reading

    Biden to propose path to citizenship

    Biden to propose eight-year path to citizenship for illegal immigrants. President-elect Joe Biden is set to propose an extensive immigration reform bill on day one of his administration, which includes an eight-year path to citizenship for an estimated 11 million people living in the U.S. illegally. The bill would offer one of the quickest pathwaysContinue reading

    DC Circuit lifts block migrant children

    DC Circuit lifts block on migrant children expulsion policy  On Friday, the D.C. Circuit lifted a lower court’s order barring the U.S. government from turning back unaccompanied migrant children from the border under a COVID-19 public health directive as it reviews the expulsion policy. In a brief order, a three-judge panel lifted the injunction atContinue reading

    Texas court blocks Biden’s deportation

    Texas court blocks Biden’s deportation freeze for 14 days On Tuesday a Texas federal judge granted a two-week temporary restraining order barring DHS from pausing most deportations nationwide while it conducts an internal review, finding that the department may have violated immigration statutes. Specifically, the judge found a “substantial likelihood” that Texas could prove DHS’ decisionContinue reading

    Trump can bar immigrants can’t insurance

    Trump can bar immigrants who cannot afford health insurance. On Thursday, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals issued a ruling involving President Trump’s October 2019 proclamation denying visas to immigrants who did not have private health insurance and could not obtain it within 30 days.  The court held that this proclamation would result in aContinue reading

    Meet Our Attorneys

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    Robert Virasin

    Managing Director/ Licensed U.S. Attorney

    Vijay Kale

    Vijay Kale

    Of Counsel/ Licensed U.S. Attorney