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Success Stories

 

  • A.D.

    Client had DACA and it was time to renew.  Renewal was submitted and approved. Read On

  • D.C.

    Client had DACA and it was time to renew.  Renewal was submitted and approved. Read On

  • J.R.

    Client met and married a US citizen overseas.  US citizen petitioned for client and her child. Client and her child attended interview at US consulate in client's home country.  Client and her daughter were both approved and entered the US as legal permanent residents. Read On

  • M.R.

    Client entered the US without a visa as a child.  Client applied for and received DACA.  Client married a US citizen who petitioned for client.  Upon approval, a provisional waiver was submitted based on suffering of client's spouse.  Waiver was approved.  Client attended an interview at the Amer... Read On

  • E.R.

    Client entered the US without a visa.  Client had a US citizen child who petitioned for client.  Upon approval, a provisional waiver was submitted based on suffering of client's legal permanent resident spouse.  Waiver was approved.  Client attended an interview at the American consulate in clien... Read On

  • E.P.

    Client entered the US without a visa.  Client married a US citizen.  Client was placed in removal/deportation proceedings.  Client's spouse petitioned for client.  Removal/deportation proceedings were administratively closed.  Upon approval of spouse's petition, a provisional waiver was submitted... Read On

  • E.M.

    Client applied for residence without assistance of an attorney.  Client attended interview at the American consulate in client's home country and was denied due to a smuggling charge.  A waiver was submitted and approved.  Client attended a second interview at the consulate and was approved.  Cli... Read On

  • V.M.

    Client entered the US without a visa.  Client married a US citizen who was hearing impaired.  Client's spouse petitioned for client, upon approval a provisional waiver was submitted and approved.  Client attended interview at US consulate in client's home country.  Client was denied for being a p... Read On

  • M.G.

    Client entered the US without a visa.  Client had a US citizen child who petitioned for client.  Upon approval, a provisional waiver was submitted based on suffering of client's legal permanent resident parent.  Waiver was approved.  Client attended an interview at the American consulate in clien... Read On

  • A.D.

    Client entered the US without a visa as a child.  Client's legal permanent resident parent petitioned for client.  Client applied for DACA and was approved.  Client's priority date became current.  Client did not require a waiver due to having DACA.  Client attended interview at American consulat... Read On

  • M.C.

    Client entered the US without a visa.  Client married a US citizen.  Client's spouse petitioned for client, upon approval a provisional waiver was submitted and approved.  Client attended interview at US consulate in client's home country.  Client was approved and returned to the US as a legal pe... Read On

  • J.C.

    Client was in home country.  Client's parent obtained permanent resident status through employment.  Following to join process was completed for client.  Client attended interview at the US consulate in client's home country.  Client was approved and entered the US as a legal permanent resident. Read On

  • M.C.

    Client was in home country.  Client's parent obtained permanent resident status through employment.  Following to join process was completed for client.  Client attended interview at the US consulate in client's home country.  Client was approved and entered the US as a legal permanent resident. Read On

  • R.B.

    Client entered the US without a visa.  Client married a legal permanent resident who had a US child.  Client's stepchild petitioned for client, upon approval a provisional waiver was submitted and approved.  Client attended interview at US consulate in client's home country.  Client was approved ... Read On

  • A.A.

    Client entered the US without a visa.  Client married a US citizen.  Client's spouse petitioned for client, upon approval a provisional waiver was submitted and approved.  Client attended interview at US consulate in client's home country.  Client was approved and returned to the US as a legal pe... Read On

  • E.D.

    Client submitted application for legal permanent resident without legal representation.  Client was issued request for additional evidence for a waiver.  Client retained our services, waiver was submitted.  The waiver and the case were approved. Read On

  • F.C.

    Client entered the US with a visa.  Last entry into the US was after client had begun living in the US.  Client married a US citizen who was born in the US but grew up in client's home country.  A waiver was requested by immigration for client's misrepresentation.  Waiver and adjustment were appr... Read On

  • A.V.

    Client entered the US with a tourist visa.  Last entry was with tourist visa and after client had begun living in the US.  Client married USC and spouse petitioned for client.  Immigration requested a waiver for misrepresentation.  Waiver was submitted and approved as was adjustment application. Read On

  • K.V.

    Client was represented by an attorney not located in the state.  Our office prepared client for interview and accompanied client to interview, case approved. Read On

  • E.V.

    Client entered the US as a child with a visa, visa was lost.  Client married US citizen.  A Freedom of Information Act request was submitted to obtain a copy of the visa.  Upon obtaining copy of visa, spouse petitioned for client and client was approved. Read On

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