I-140 for a Polish Client, Even After Other’s Mistakes
Client’s Nationality: Poland
Client’s Occupation: An Experienced Technician of a Northeastern Ohio Manufacturer
Location: Parma, Ohio
Case Type: I-140 Immigration Petition for Skilled Workers or Professionals
BACKGROUND: After several unsuccessful attempts and misfiled cases by other attorneys, our client, a Polish immigrant, retained us. We carefully crafted a reasonable strategy for our client. Thus, we reapplied for immigration status as a skilled worker or professional.
Date of Application: June 16, 2008
Date of Approval: April 13, 2009
WITH OUR HELP, our client demonstrated that he exceeds the criteria based on his verifiable employment record for more than a decade at the same firm.
AFTER EIGHT MONTHS, our client secured the approval, a strong basis for his eventual acquisition of permanent residence.
CHALLENGE: Our client encountered one of the most distasteful nightmare an immigrant could imagine– repeated mishandle by retained attorneys. Our dedication in reaction is clear– we advised our client to choose the more reasonable strategy, instead of the riskier ones, such as political asylum. We chose to pursue employment-based immigration, based on our client’s stable employment record for the same employer. Our concern and advice was proven right, as shown by the eventual grant of permanent resident status after the grant of immigration status (approval of I-140)– only several months later.
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