A man with unlawful presence, a complex history, and various miscommunication between documentation successfully reopens his I-485 petition.
A CEO with only 2 employees in the U.S. office successfully proves managerial / executive capacity for a Request for Evidence.
Owner and CEO of a Marketing Firm specializing in Taiwan based imports is granted an E-2 Treaty Investor visa even though she had no experience running a business and had frequently visited the United States in prior years.
Machine Tools Production and Distribution company Marketing Director applies and is approved for EB-1C classification. We were able to demonstrate that his primary duties were managerial or executive in nature, overcoming two previous denials from filings with two different attorneys.
Mexican national with a U.S. citizen wife and child applies and is approved for an Unlawful Presence Waiver. We proved that denial of a waiver would lead to health problems for the wife, devastate familial ties, and hinder the growth of their child, constituting extreme hardship.
Machine Manufacturing Company's General Manager applies for and is approved for an L-1A extension. After receiving a NOID, we demonstrated his role as a manager was indeed managerial or executive in capacity, overcoming the reasons for the NOID.