Read the latest immigration stories of how we've helped clients in very difficult situations!
March 5, 2023
Like many marriages, things started out good between Client and his US citizen wife.
They got married in 2018, went on a honeymoon, and lived together.
They were a hardworking couple who took their marriage seriously.
His wife also filed a green card petition him.
Unfortunately, things took a bad turn in their marriage after his wife became abusive towards him.
February 26, 2023
Now is the best time to apply for a green card through a spouse!
The government is waiving more and more interviews in an effort to speed up case processing times.
For example, we just had a marriage Adjustment of Status case approved in less than 9 months without an interview.
We filed the case on May 23, 2022, and it was approved on February 15, 2023 without an interview.
February 13, 2023
It's not over until it's over.
We recently shared this awesome story of perseverance in a video.
Our clients were married for nearly five years but never had a chance to live together.
She lived in South America, and he lived alone in the US.
Client filed for his wife and the I-130 petition was approved.
However, the embassy refused to issue the immigrant visa to his wife in 2016.
February 5, 2023
When Client met with us in March 2021, she was under a lot of stress.
She missed her daughter dearly.
The family endured a civil war in Liberia many years ago.
They fled to Ghana for safety and resettlement.
Client later came to the US and became a Lawful Permanent Resident (LPR).
However, her daughter was still in Ghana, and they had not seen each other in many years.
January 29, 2023
When Client came to us in August 2022, he already had an attorney.
However, he wanted to hire us because he had problems communicating with his lawyer.
He was deeply concerned about his deportation proceedings.
After entering the U.S. on a tourist visa, he stayed and applied for asylum.
Unfortunately, USCIS was not convinced of his asylum story, and they referred his case to Immigration Court.
Client appeared in court with his lawyer, however, his asylum case was very weak.
January 22, 2023
In September 2020, client met with Attorney Pompy to discuss her conditional lawful permanent residence status.
Her status was set to expire in February 2021, and she was unable to locate her husband.
She filed for divorce in October 2020.
She later hired the firm to prepare her I-751 waiver so that she may get her 10-year green card without her husband's help.
Unfortunately, she did not have enough evidence to prove a bona fide marriage.
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