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Since 1993, we have helped hundreds of clients in achieving their non-immigrant and immigrant goals. Take a look at some of our success stories.

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    O-1 Approved for Collaborative Pianist

    A pianist specializing in accompaniment came to us for help going to O-1 status from Optional Practical Training (OPT) ending in June.

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    Demonstrating Impact Leads To NIW Approval

    Our client was an engineer doing academic research in a very specific niche.

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    O-1 Season 2014

    Each June we see quite a number of musicians who are coming to the end of their periods of Optional Practical Training (OPT), and want to change to a status that will allow them to work for multiple employers.

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    Patience Pays Off

    Our client, an X-ray crystallographer, came to us with a citation record that showed promise, but not yet impact in the field.

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    No Abandonment of Permanent Residence

    Our client, a permanent resident, came to us because she was placed in removal proceedings for excessive travel outside the United States.

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    RFE for I-751 Young Married Couple Approved

    Our clients filed a joint petition to remove the conditions on the permanent residence of the foreign national wife without the assistance of an attorney.

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    I-751 Waiver approved for battered spouse

    A client came to our office afraid that she would be removed from the United States. She and her husband had filed a joint petition to remove the conditions on her residence and due to insufficient documentation USCIS issued a request for more evidence, to which she never responded.

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    F-1 Reinstatement

    A person came to our office seeking help with her F-1 (student visa) reinstatement. She had been out of school for seven (7) months.

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    Language teacher approved for NIW

    Our client was a language teacher in a small town. However, she had distinguished herself on a national level with several activities and had been selected for a national certificate of recognition.

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