Coming to America Our client, Mr. W, was born in China in 1972. He came to the U.S. as a young man seeking a better life in 1997. While immigration authorities denied his application for a Green Card in 2001, he continued living and working in the United States, still seeking his American dream. In 2007, he married another Chinese immigrant. His wife’s sister had come to the U.S. in
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Terror in China Our client, Ms. C, was born in China in 1972, in Northern China. She met and married her husband in China and they had a baby girl. Because of China’s one-child policy, she was forced to accept an IUD (Intrauterine device) birth control implant with regular checkups. At one of these checkups, Chinese officers discovered that the IUD had fallen out and she was pregnant. She herself
Hard Life in the USA Ms. E came from Guatemala to the USA seeking a better life in 2005. Border patrol officers caught her and she entered immigration proceedings. An Immigration Judge ordered her to be deported after she failed to come to her hearing. While in the United States, she got married to a U.S. Citizen. Sadly, this marriage was not a happy one at all. Her husband was
Coming to America In 2004, our client came to the United States from India after crossing the border illegally in Mexico. He was only 20 years old at the time and was not married. After a few years, he met and married his wife and they started a family together. Her family was also from India but she, like their new son, was an American citizen. She wanted to apply
A Chance Meeting An American citizen from Ohio wanted to get a Green Card for his wife, who is from Varna, Bulgaria. They have a romantic story that feels like a movie script. They met by chance on a cruise ship together. At the end of the trip, they continued communicating with each other and began to fall more and more in love. He even went to visit her in
Need investment Mr. Z, a national of China, approached our office seeking a Green Card for himself and his wife through investment in the U.S. We arranged for Mr. Z to invest $500,000 in a Regional Center. A Regional Center is an investment opportunity that has been reviewed and approved by the USCIS for the EB-5 program (but note that USCIS doesn’t endorse the quality of the opportunity or guarantee
Our client crossed the Mexican border illegally in 2004. She is originally from Brazil. Soon after she arrived, a judge ordered her removed from the United States. During her time in the US, she married another Brazilian man. Together, they had three American Citizen children. Many years later, ICE finally apprehended her and put an ankle bracelet on her to monitor her. She was due to be deported back to Brazil
Coming to America Mr. P has been our client for many years. Our firm had worked with him on his employment authorization and other matters. Most recently, we fought for him and regained his Temporary Protected Status. He first entered to the United States without status in 1999 from El Salvador. Because of the huge earthquake that shook his country in 2001, he was eligible for Temporary Protected Status (TPS).
First Steps with Our Firm Our client, Mr. G, came to the United States from Mexico when he was just 16 years old. He was looking for a better life and found love. He met his wife, a U.S. citizen, and they started a family together, living in Ohio. After they were married, ICE came to their home one day and arrested Mr. G. Looking to get him out of
Waiting Patiently to Apply Mr. G came to the United States from Mexico in the 1990s. Soon, he was able to gain permanent residence and filed an I-130 Petition for Alien Relative for his daughter. The next step is to apply for a Green Card with an I-485 Application for Permanent Residence. However, the government only gives out a small number of visas every year and so there is very
- EB-5 Immigrant Investor
- Green Card
- H-1B Temporary (Nonimmigrant) Workers
- I-130 Petition for Alien Relative
- I-140 Special Categories
- I-140, Immigrant Petition for Alien Worker
- Labor Certification
- Motion to Reopen
- O-1 Visa: Individuals with Extraordinary Ability or Achievement
- R-1 /R-2 Religious workers
- Temporary Protected Status
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