Franz Jones, DO
employment visa recipient
only had the knowledge of what was needed, but also the experience, the willingness, and the patience to work with us side-by-side to get the job done.
There came a time in the immigration application process where a face-to-face meeting was necessary. However, my work schedule at the time simply did not allow me the opportunity to travel to Indianapolis to meet with John and his team.
I remember vividly late one night, much to my surprise, that John agreed to drive over an hour away to meet with us. Our meeting lasted well over an hour, but through it all, John was meticulous in explaining the exact procedure and completing all the necessary paperwork to ensure that my process went without any hiccups. And so, thankfully, it did.
Over the years I've referred several friends and work colleagues to John and his team at Broyles Kight & Ricafort. Their competence, knowledge, professionalism, and attention to detail are beyond compare.
In my line of work, our aim is to keep our patients informed every step of the way and ultimately strive for complete satisfaction. It is with heartfelt gratitude that I give my thanks and praise to John and his team, for echoing those same values and being instrumental in helping me achieve my dreams of practicing medicine here in the United States.
ack in 2007, we knew where we wanted to get to but didn't quite know exactly just how to get there. That's when we decided to work with John and his team. From the very first interaction, it was clear that John not
Ricardo Valencia Pichardo
green card recipient via the waiver + natualized citizen
he service is excellent. Whenever we had a question, we called and they always answered
the phone or quickly returned our calls. They were always able to answer our questions.
Although we live in Virginia and the office is in Indiana, we never had a problem. We communicated by phone and email, and it all worked out well.
I reccomend BKR because they tell you the truth. From the very beginning, they tell you honestly what will happen with your case and how long it will take. They’re not going to lie to you.
Now that I’m a citizen, I feel an inmense satisfaction. I have a job that requires me to have papers, and it’s a much better job than I had before.
wife of Juan Carlos Ibanez Luna, green card recipient via the PWP program
to get his permit so that he can get a valid driver's license and hopefully get a better job. This is what our family needed. Everything that we did and paid, I know it will be worth it.
John knew what he was talking about. He was obviously experienced and this is what he specializes in. The attorneys take what they're doing seriously and they really want to help. They want to be make everything easier for their clients.
Anytime I had a question, I could call and I knew I could talk to somebody about it.
For me, going to Juarez was a big deal. Beforehand, we were kind of scared. We had a meeting with Erika right before we went and that was amazing because she had just gotten back. Just hearing everything from her, that she had visited the medical clinic and been to the different places, made it so much better. If it weren't for that meeting, I think my husband and I would have been totally lost.
It's not easy to get a decent job when you’re undocumented. Now my husband has his green card and he got his social security card. He's been studying