Case of S.P.
S set up a company in the US and decided to invest in real estate. We helped her obtain an
Case of R.B.
R had dual citizenship — that of her home country, which allowed her to receive a US visa with a maximum validity period of two years, and citizenship in St. Kitt’s and Nevis, with a maximum validity period of 10 years for US visas. We “enlightened” the Embassy about the second citizenship and the legitimacy of the St. Kitt’s program. R then received a
Case of N.K.
We rendered legal support in obtaining a
Case of T.L.
In violation of Department of State rules, a consular officer refused to issue an
Case of S.P.
A consular officer sought to send the
Case of I.O.
In the past, I. was employed by a foreign intelligence agency. Every time he applied for a visa, his application was subjected to protracted administrative processing. This continued to take place many years after he stopped working for the agency. In fact, the security checks became more and more protracted over time. He contacted us after a long wait in administrative processing. We prepared and filed an official inquiry and within one week, he was issued a visa.
Case of L.L.
We managed to help a woman obtain a
Case of O.M. and A.M.
O and A are brother and sister — children of an entrepreneur. Together, they decided that O would enroll in a master’s program in the US, and A — in a bachelor’s program. We represented the children in their
Case of I.K.
I is one of the richest men in his country. He never had a problem with visas — until the Embassy temporarily denied his application under 221(g) of the Immigration and Nationality Act. His case was pending for nearly six months when he contacted us. We managed to find out from the travel agency that completed his application that they had mistakenly omitted from his application form that his daughter was a permanent resident in the United States. We have seen such omissions lead to a finding of willful, material misrepresentation — a permanent bar to entry to the United States. We contacted the Embassy, informed them of the mistake, and within five days, I was issued a visa.
Case of M.P.
M had his own IT consulting business. He wanted to transfer to the US numerous computer programmers on