Immigration Case Successes
Displaying 153 through 160 of 553
L-1 Intracompany Transferee Executive Approved for Small Business
Published: Mar 2, 2009
Our client is a Canadian citizen. He owns a small family business operating in Canada and in the United States. His presence is required at both locations. To be eligible for L-1A status as an executive or manager, aperson must be engaged primarily in those duties. We advised the client of this requirement sothat he could properly structure personnel
Deportation Prevented and Green Card Obtained
Published: Feb 23, 2009
Our client is a Sikh and a citizen of India. He is married to a United States citizen and has two United States citizen children. When we were retained in December 2005, the Department of Homeland Security was in the process of deporting him to India. We immediately prepared an Order To Show Cause and a petition for Writ of Habeas Corpus, which we had
Parole Granted to Inadmissible Canadian.
Published: Feb 16, 2009
Our client is a Canadian citizen. He is married to a Canadian citizen and has three Canadian citizen children, two of which are dual U. S. citizens. He is employed by a city in Canada as a Business Systems Analyst. His 11 year old dual citizen son needs to attend a prep school interview and exam in the United States, which one of his parents must also
Third 5 Year Waiver of Inadmissibility Granted.
Published: Feb 9, 2009
Our client is a Canadian citizen. He is a technical service manager for a Canadian company having a U. S. affiliate. He has L-1B, Intracompany Transferee status as a specialized knowledge worker, so that he can enter the U. S. and service the U. S. affiliate on an as needed basis.
Unfortunately, he is inadmissible to the U. S. for life as a result of
Nonimmigrant Waiver Approved In Only Four Months
Published: Feb 2, 2009
Our client is a Canadian citizen. He is inadmissible to the United States as a result of two convictions, one for breaking and entering and theft, and the other for possession of stolen property. Both convictions are over twenty years old. He also has a conviction for driving while impaired, which does not render him inadmissible.
Five years ago, he
11th Consecutive Trade NAFTA Management Consultant Approved for 3 Years.
Published: Jan 29, 2009
Our Canadian citizen client is a successful Management Consultant whose services are contracted for throughout the world. She is under contract to a U. S. management consulting firm that provides its services to major U. S. corporations. She provides some of the consultant services for the U. S. firm.
We first started representing her 10 years ago when
Another Trade NAFTA Management Consultant Approved for 3 Years.
Published: Jan 20, 2009
Our client is a Canadian citizen and a Management Consultant who has a Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing. 10 months ago she was denied Trade NAFTA Management Consultant status because the duties of the position required more than consulting services. We were then retained, renegotiated her contract with the employer, and obtained Trade NAFTA status as a
Trade NAFTA Management Consultant Status Granted for 3 Years.
Published: Jan 15, 2009
Our client is a Canadian citizen. He is employed by a U. S. company as their Canadian sales manager. The company has no office in Canada, however. The company wished to engage our client as a Management Consultant to advise them in an attempt to increase their marketing and sales in the U. S.
Although our client does not have a business degree, he has a