Employment Green Card for a Korean Dentist
Client: A Dental Practice in a Suburb of Cleveland, Ohio
Beneficiary’s Nationality: South Korea
Location: A Suburb of Cleveland, Ohio
Case Type: Employment Green Card (I-485 Green Card Application Based on Employment)
BACKGROUND: Our client retained us to keep an experienced dentist for its service.
Date of Application: May 20, 2008
Date of I-140 Approval: August 22, 2008
Date of I-485 Approval: January 13, 2009
WE HELPED OUR CLIENT prove that—
- The hiring organization would continue sponsor the beneficiary with further employment, and
- The beneficiary entered the U.S. with inspection, and
- The beneficiary had had no violations of status, and
- The beneficiary had no felony records.
LESS THAN THREE MONTHS AFTER OUR CLIENT’S IMMIGRANT PETITION (I-140) WAS GRANTED, the dentist was granted permanent resident status.
CHALLENGE: Employment green card application may appear simple and straightforward in its rationale. However, the actual compilation and sorting of evidence, construction of argument and presenting persuasive highlights are more arduous than one may imagine. Employers must, by itself or mostly through a lawyers, file an application to prove that this particular immigrant is valuable to its mission and thus deserving a green card. After all, permanent resident status is a great benefit. The scrutiny involved during the reviewing process is higher. Please do consult a reliable and trustworthy immigration attorney, should you be thinking about such an application.
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