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Vy Van Ky

IMG 4953 fix 11x14Vy Van Ky, Attorney at Law
Licensed to Practice Law in Louisiana and Georgia
J.D., Atlanta's John Marshall Law School
B.S., Loyola University New Orleans

Ms. Vy Van Ky (also known as Van Vy Ky) is an Associate Attorney at Liu & Associates, PLLC, practicing exclusively immigration and nationality law. She is licensed to practice law in the states of Louisiana and Georgia as well as the U.S. District Courts for the Eastern, Western, and Middle District Courts of Louisiana.

Ms. Ky was born in Atlanta, Georgia and raised in New Orleans, Louisiana, where she received a Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems from Loyola University. After college, she returned to Atlanta, Georgia, to pursue a Doctor of Jurisprudence from Atlanta's John Marshall. In law school she was introduced to immigration law after electing to take immigration law and asylum classes taught by a passionate professor who advocated for those wanting a better life for themselves and their famiiles.

After graduating from law school, she returned to New Orleans and worked in family law and later general litigation. During that time, she assisted the Loyola Law School Immigration Clinic as a Pro Bono Attorney, opening her eyes to the plights of people who need competent legal representation. She went on to work as in-house counsel for a tax title company before leaving this role to realize her goal of helping others. She has experience with family-based and employment-based immigration matters from H-1Bs to EB-5s and naturalization and citizenship issues. She currently works with clients seeking employment-based permanent residency via NIWs and EB-1s.

She is curently a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association, the Asian American Bar Association of Houston, and the National Asian Pacific Bar Association.

Email: vky@niwus.com

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