Immigration Status for an English Executive
Beneficiary: An English Executive
Beneficiary’s Nationality: United Kingdom
Client: A manufacturer located in Cleveland Suburb
Case Type: I-140 Immigration Petition for Skilled Worker or Professionals
BACKGROUND: After holding his L-1 status for a while, the company wished to retained its executive, transferred from United Kingdom, in Cleveland suburb. We were therefore retained to secure, on behalf of the company for the executive, an immigration status.
Date of Application: October 4, 2013
Date of Approval: May 20, 2014
WITH OUR HELP, our client successfully verified its manager’s professional experience in the past two years in the United Kingdom.
EIGHT MONTHS LATER, our client’s manager received approval and had a strong case for his pending Green Card application.
CHALLENGE: We were retained by the employer, essentially, to make a persuasive argument to the immigration authority for the necessity of hiring this particular alien with an immigration status. Extensive evidence gathering is crucial. For this type of cases, the nature of the evidence required by law to prove each criterion tend to be the verifiable type. Therefore, professional legal advice is all the more necessary for this kind of case. Please consult a reliable and trustworthy attorney before you proceed.
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