Case of V.B.
V had three children from a previous marriage. She became acquainted with Mr. Z, a US citizen, and after 6 months, they were married. Located in the US, she and her children filed applications to adjust status. Unfortunately, their lawyer did not file for advance parole on their behalf and did not inform V that she was not permitted to travel outside the US while the adjustment of status applications were pending. V and her children traveled back to their home country and discovered that they were not able to return to the United States. As a result, they could not attend their adjustment interviews and their adjustment applications were denied. After this, she contacted our firm. We were able to have her case transferred to the US Embassy in her country, and shortly thereafter, she and her children received immigrant visas.
Case of V.M.
V is a famous artist. His son worked and lived in the US on an
Case of N.Z.
This was a sad case — with a happy ending. N moved to the US after receiving a
Case of J.A.
J needed assistance in helping his fiancée obtain a
Case of M.O.
M had been the victim of an incompetent attorney. She had married a US citizen while unlawfully present in the US. The attorney advised her that she could return home — and would not be subject to the 10 year bar to
Case of Lotterygate
The US Embassy in Moscow accused dozens of Russian winners of the D
Case of V.K.
V is a leading expert in the field of automation and a famous professor in his home country, where he taught at one of the leading universities. He also worked in an executive position at a large multinational company. But he understood that his positions did not allow him to maximize his talents — that he could only do so in the United States. However, he did not have an invitation to work in the US. After we reviewed his documents, we advised him that he met the criteria to qualify as an individual with extraordinary ability, that this category does not require a job offer. Within 10 months of submission of his petition, he, his wife, and three children received green cards.