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TRADE NAFTA MANAGEMENT CONSULTANT APPROVED AFTER PREVIOUS DENIAL Published: Jul 23, 2014 Our client is a Canadian citizen with over 12 years of experience in the field of financial operations. A United States financial solutions company that provides cost-effective finance and accounting services to numerous businesses across several industries desired our client’s services as a management consultant. The company wished to hire our
FIFTH NONIMMIGRANT WAIVER OF INADMISSIBILITY APPROVED DESPITE CONVICTION Published: Jul 9, 2014 Our client is a Canadian citizen and well respected businessman. Many years ago, he was convicted of sexual assault, for which he is barred for life from entering the United States. Eight years ago, through other counsel, he applied for a nonimmigrant waiver of inadmissibility so he could visit business clients in the United States, which application was
IMMIGRANT VISAS ISSUED AFTER INITIAL DETERMINATION OF INADMISSIBILITY Published: Jun 18, 2014 Our client is a native and citizen of India. Prior to the retention of our services, his United States citizen father filed an immigrant visa petition on his behalf, listing our client's wife and daughter as derivatives. Our client filed Immigration Visa Applications for himself, his wife and their daughter. They appeared for immigrant visa interviews at
L-1A Function Manager Petition Approved Published: Jun 13, 2014 Our client is a Canadian citizen who is the co-owner and Lead Supervisor of a Subway franchise located in Canada. He has over 6 years of experience in the management and operations of quick service restaurants. The Canadian company recently formed a wholly-owned subsidiary in the United States, which owns and operates a gas station and convenience store.
Third Nonimmigrant Waiver of Inadmissibility Granted Published: May 15, 2014 Our client is a dual Canadian and Mexican citizen who resides with his family in Mexico. He is self-employed as a farmer. Twenty years ago, he was convicted in the United States of a drug trafficking offense which bars him from entering the United States for life. Following his conviction and imprisonment, he was deported from the United States. Our
Report Spinning Obama's Deportation Priorities Ignores Basic Facts Published: Apr 30, 2014 The Migration Policy Institute has released a report co-authored by Marc R. Rosenblum and Doris Meissner, which purports to examine "current pipelines for removal and key trends in border and interior apprehensions, deportations and criminal prosecutions." They make the following claim: What is new is that the Obama administration also has implemented
Rep. Polis Statement on Colorado Counties Ending Compliance with ICE Detainer Requests Published: Apr 30, 2014 WASHINGTON, DC —Representative Jared Polis (CO-02) today made the following statement in response to announcements from numerous Colorado counties that they will no longer submit to Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) detainer requests: “As the House Republicans continue to block the passage of comprehensive immigration reform,
Former Manhattan DA Breaks Down Obama's "Assault on Immigrants" Published: Apr 29, 2014 Former Manhattan district attorney Robert M. Morgenthau penned a powerful OpEd in yesterday's New York Daily News that breaks down the Obama administration's "assault" on immigrants and immigrant communities.He writes "President Obama has promised to deport only the 'criminals' and 'gang bangers.' But numbers speak louder than words." That they do. So what