Immigration Status Granted to Guatemalan Worker
Client: A Building Contractor in Northeastern Ohio
Beneficiary’s Nationality: Guatemala
Location: Northeastern Ohio
Case Type: I-140 Immigration Petition for Skilled Worker or Professionals, Labor Certification often Required
BACKGROUND: After an unsuccessful attempt by another attorney, our client retained us to clear rejection based on suspicion of fraudulent intention. This case demonstrated our ability to advocate for our clients in front of immigration authorities.
Date of Reapplication: July 11, 2013
Date of Approval: August 29, 2013
WE HELPED OUR CLIENT demonstrate that he exceeds the criteria of two years of verifiable record of qualified employment based on reliable record prepared overseas, and thus successfully refuted immigration authorities argument of fraud only based on verbal communication.
FORTY DAYS LATER, our client was granted an immigration status to continue his employment in the U.S.
CHALLENGES: This case is a crown jewel showing our attorneys’ dedication and professionalism to help clients. To win our client’s immigration status, we dedicated ours to clear suspicion espoused by arbitrary judgment and lack of communication. Our client, due to arbitrary denial from an oversea embassy, our client’s immigration petition was rejected due to suspicion of fraudulent activities and a mishandle by another attorney.
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