About

Jim Hacking

Jim Hacking has practiced law in the greater St. Louis area since 1997. Since 2007, Jim’s practice has been devoted almost exclusively to immigration law. Jim handles spouse & employment visas, citizenship, asylum and deportation cases. Jim applies his litigation skills to his immigration practice, successfully litigating numerous cases involving naturalization and green card delays.Jim has been active in local civic affairs.

He has been a volunteer attorney through Legal Services of Eastern Missouri since he started practicing law.

Jim was a founding member of the St. Louis Chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations and served as the group’s executive director for two years. He has served on the U.S. Attorney’s Hate Crimes Task Force and currently chairs the Muslim Task Force of the ACLU of Eastern Missouri. In 2009, he received the Eugene H. Buder Award from the ACLU of Eastern Missouri as volunteer of the year.