November 16, 2021
When Client met with us in July 2020, he was newly married and his wife had filed for him in May 2020.
There was just one problem: the marriage wasn't working out. They were already considering a divorce.
Client came back to us in September 2020 for a second consultation to discuss his immigration issues. After his divorce finalized the following month, he married his current wife.
Our firm started working on the case at the end of October 2020. We addressed issues involving public charge (since it was in effect at that time). We also addressed issues related to Client's previous filing and affidavit of support issues.
We filed the case in January 2021.
Client's interview notice arrived in September 2021. The firm prepared them for the interview and we attended telephonically on November 1, 2021.
During the interview, the couple was separated and faced a tough USCIS officer. However, Attorney Carol was a strong advocate for our clients during the interview.
Clients said: "Thank you attorney Carol for such a great performance and representation. I will never forget how you stepped in and defended me when the officer was going so hard on me!"
Clients' case was approved on November 3, 2021.
P.S. Success stories are based on real cases. However, each case is different, and past successes do not guarantee that all cases will have a similar result. Consult a licensed immigration lawyer to discuss your unique situation.
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