Success Stories

Here you can find hundreds of our firm’s immigration success stories. Each one of them represents another person who can live legally and happily in the United States. For over forty years, our immigration law firm has helped tens of thousands of immigrants achieve their American dreams. We have worked with clients from Mexico to India to China and beyond. Be it employment-based or family-based, temporary or permanent, legal entry or illegal, or any other immigration matter, we have the experience and knowledge to get the best results. Come read these stories and see for yourself exactly how we have guided our clients through the immigration process. Whatever your situation, Margaret W. Wong and Associates is here to help. Contact us today!

I-130 for Mexican Mother

Caught by the Law Our client came to the United States from Guatemala as a young woman and raised and supported her children here for 28 years. After a minor traffic citation, the police officer contacted Immigration and Customs Enforcement, who took her into custody. She was still in jail when her family contacted Margaret W. Wong & Associates to help her with her case. Bond and I-130 With the

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For Chinese Couple

Finding Love at Last Mr. K was born in Hong Kong in 1961. In 1986, he came to the United States as a student. He continued living quietly in the USA for many years after his studies, but never married. That all changed when, at the age of 51, he met a woman through some mutual friends. The only problem was that she lived in New York and he in

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I-212 Waiver for Chinese Mother

Abused for her Beliefs in China Ms. L was born and raised in China. She was a practitioner of the Falun Gong spiritual religion, which Chinese authorities consider subversive. She was detained and abused because of her beliefs; after her eventual release, police officers continued to threaten her. To be able to live freely, she came to the United States in 2006. Unfortunately, Immigration Court denied her claim of Asylum

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Woman from Mexico Marries US Man with Green Card

Initial I-485 denied A woman from Mexico who’s married to a Green Card holder came to our office looking for help. Her husband wanted her to become a Permanent Resident in the U.S. We gathered information and filed the I-485 Adjustment of Status, I-765 Application for Employment, and I-601 Application for Waiver of Grounds of Inadmissibility. We received notice from USCIS’s intent to deny the clients’ applications. They denied the

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I-130 for Devoted Family Man

Coming to America Our client came to the United States from Mexico in 2002 to avoid the rising crime in his homeland. His father was once kidnapped by gangs and his mother was forced to close her food store due to rising extortion demands from gangs. While he was here, he met a woman, also from Mexico, and they had a son together. However, he was apprehended by immigration authorities

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Chinese mother granted Asylum

We get our client released on bond A Chinese woman hired immigration lawyers at Margaret W Wong & Associates to handle her immigration matters. She came to the United States on a valid B-2 tourist visa and overstayed. She promptly filed an application for asylum based on past persecution by the Family Planning Commission, who forced her to undergo an abortion and sterilization. However, on the day of her asylum

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Green Card Application Stalled

Fighting for a Green Card

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

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K-1 Visa for couple in love

Love knows no borders One simple hello can change your whole future. That’s what our client discovered when he sent a message to a woman on an online dating website. In his eyes, she was the most beautiful person he had ever seen; he quickly discovered that she had a wonderful personality to match. They began talking more and more, soon feeling as if they had known each other for

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Malaysian scholar suffers extreme hardship but earns Green Card

Scholar faces hardship The strength of a family is often defined by the challenges that test each members resolve, devotion, and commitment towards achieving a common goal. For our Malaysian client and his family, building a life in the United States amidst the most extreme personal hardship proved that no challenge is too great and no goal is ever too far away. After assisting our client for over ten years,

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Unknown removal order taken care of for client to receive naturalization approval

Our client retained our firm after her naturalization application was denied. Prior to obtaining lawful permanent resident status, she had an outstanding removal order. It stemmed from an application filed by an immigration consultant almost 10 years ago. She was unaware of the removal order. USCIS was also initially unaware of the order and granted her application for permanent resident status. She subsequently filed for naturalization. However, at that time

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