Immigration Case Successes
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IMMIGRATION COURT PROCEEDINGS PREVENTED
Published: Feb 1, 2015
Our client is a citizen of India and his Indian wife. He was lawfully admitted to the United States in L-1B specialized knowledge status, and his wife was admitted in L-2 dependent status. Before his status expired, his employer timely filed an extension petition. His status expired while the employer was awaiting an adjudication of the petition. The
CONDITIONAL RESIDENCE TERMINATION REVERSED AFTER TRIAL
Published: Jan 12, 2015
Our client is a native and citizen of Jordan. He became a conditional permanent resident in 1995. In 1997 he filed a petition to remove the conditions. His petition languished without adjudication for 11 years.
In December 2008 his conditional permanent resident status was terminated allegedly due to abandonment, and the following month Immigration
RETIRED MISSIONARIES ADMITTED TO THE U.S.
Published: Jan 1, 2015
Our clients are married Canadian citizens, and are both retired missionaries residing in Canada. Prior to their retirement, on several occasions they were admitted to the United States in nonimmigrant status to act as missionaries for their church. Last Easter Sunday they were denied admission when they were coming to the United States for a vacation.
GREEN CARD APPROVED IN 9 DAYS
Published: Dec 24, 2014
Our client is a naturalized citizen of the United States and a native of Yemen. She married a Yemeni citizen in the United States. At the time of the marriage her husband had been inspected and admitted and was in status. She then filed a Petition for Alien Relative on his behalf and he applied for a green card. After an examination under oath was held
Fifth Consecutive Nonimmigrant Waiver Granted
Published: Sep 29, 2014
Our client is a Canadian citizen and well-respected member of his community. Many years ago, he was expeditiously removed from the United States as a result of committing a fraud when attempting to enter the U.S. Thirteen years ago, he retained our firm to solve his immigration issues so he could enter the United States as a visitor for pleasure to visit
TN Management Consultant Status Approved Based on Experience in Less than One Hour
Published: Sep 15, 2014
Our client is a Canadian citizen with over 22 years of experience in the administrative and operation of gaming establishments. She previously worked in the United States in L-1A status on behalf of a United States company as Administrator of the company’s U.S. gaming facility.
The same company wished to contract our client’s services to
Trade NAFTA Management Consultant Status Approved Based on Experience
Published: Sep 5, 2014
Our client is a Canadian citizen with a long and successful career in the field of customer service. She has over 40 years of experience as customer service representative, but does not hold a university degree.
A small health care company in the United States desires our client’s services as a management consultant. The company wishes to improve
IMMIGRATION COURT PROCEEDINGS DISMISSED
Published: Aug 19, 2014
Our clients are natives and citizens of Nigeria. They came to the United States as visitors almost 25 years ago as young girls, along with their parents. The family was encountered by the old Immigration and Naturalization Service in the mid 1990’s, and Immigration Court proceedings were instituted. Their father’s deportation was suspended,