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  • US Citizenship for a Decorated Veteran

    We are very proud to be able to work with some phenomenal individuals whose life stories are inspiring; this was one of those stories that brought new meaning and perspective to the reason we do the work we do. In 2012, Kripa received a call from a gentleman who was interested in learning more... Read On

  • L-1 Visa to Lawful Permanent Residence via EB-1C

    The L-1 visa enables a U.S. employer to transfer an Executive or Manager from one of its affiliated foreign offices to one of its offices in the United States. This classification also enables a foreign company that does not yet have an affiliated U.S. office to send an executive or manager to the United States with the purpose of establishing one. Once we were successful in getting the application for L-1 approved, we subsequently were successfully in getting the EB-1C application for Permanent Residence approved. Read On

  • Reuniting a Family after a Prior Denial by USCIS

    The law allows a parent, child or spouse of a US Citizen to apply for a waiver of the grounds of Inadmissibility for prior unlawful presence by submitting the I-601-A application from within the US. Approval of the waiver significantly increases the likelihood that the applicant will be able to r... Read On

  • A Talented Sushi Chef's Journey to the US

    We love working with talented artists wether in fine arts or culinary arts. One such case we were very happy to work with was an O-1 application for a sushi chef then working in Japan. Read On

  • National Interest Waiver for an Entrepreneur

    A National Interest Waiver (NIW) is an application that is granted to the rarefied few. An applicant must be able to demonstrate three core criterion: past achievements in an area of substantial intrinsic merit to the United States; that the proposed impact of the work is national in scope, and t... Read On

  • J-1 Waiver to Winning EB-1 as a Extraordinary Individual

    The J-1 Visa places a mandatory requirement on the applicant to return to their home country for a two year period post completion of their J-1 program if any Government funds were used for the cost of their stay in the US, or if their profession falls within a designated “skills list” for their ... Read On

  • Developing a Plan to Recruit and Retain the Brightest and Best

    Working with an Attorney to help you devise a strategy for recruitment and retention of key employees can be crucial to your success as a Company Our client, a Technology company in Seattle has subsidiary offices in Europe and Asia. The company has staff in these locations and often need to brin... Read On

  • $1 Million Investment Made but Visa Application Denied

    Working with an attorney who has a complete understanding of the different visa options, and the intricacies of each in order to guide you to the one that best fits your needs can make all the difference. A Canadian National invested $1Million into a Hotel complex in the U.S. Represented by prio... Read On

  • When A Company Faces Bankruptcy For Failure To Be I-9 Compliant

    Employers are required to verify that all new hires have employment authorization and can prove their identity, but at the same time, they are not allowed to require more or different documents than those deemed acceptable by the regulations. Failure to comply with the requirements can lead to ci... Read On