February 7, 2021
When Client came to us, she was a successful professional in her early 50s.
She was very excited because she had finally met the love of her life through a mutual friend.
She had never been married. He was also a successful, distinguished man from Trinidad.
They were engaged at the time of our Consultation, but they had a big wedding coming up.
After they got married, he returned to Trinidad and we got to work on their marriage-based case.
Several months later, we got the approval of the I-130. Client asked us to keep working on the case until her husband got his immigrant visa.
So we did all the consular process steps, including providing additional evidence to prove that her husband will not become a Public Charge in the future.
Our Senior Attorney took Client through a grueling one hour mock interview several days before his embassy interview.
We like to be tough during our mock interviews because if you can pass through our process, you can handle the worst embassy official.
The day before his interview, I called Client and told him to ‘knock it out the park.” A couple of hours after his interview, he sent me this message:
“Good afternoon Latoya. I took your advice and knock it out the ball park. The interview went well and I’m just waiting to get my passport. Thank you for the assistance much appreciated.”
He will soon join his wife in New York permanently.
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.
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