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Our clients range from high-tech companies in the software and telecommunications sectors to management consulting firms to hotels and resorts seeking seasonal labor. Our client list includes Fortune 100 companies throughout the United States and the world.
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We recently had multiple E2 investments approved with various amounts of investment in Denmark and Argentina. The approval and Argentina is very unique because that post typically required extremely large cash investment. One case was approved based on the investment of intellectual property rights as inventory for the US company.
The Embassy often pushes back if they do not see a substantial amount of cash investment.
These cases were all approved without a request for additional documents after thorough preparation of the case.
Over the past year we’ve had several H1B’s approved for Hospitality Management positions. The CIS often refers to a DOL publication called the Occupational Outlook Handbook which states that a degree is not normally required for these positions. Nonetheless, we were able to overcome the immigration officer’s objections and win the case. This is not …
USCIS claims most Hospitality Management positions are not H1B caliber.
The cases were approved. after a detailed and thorough response to the immigration service's objections.
We recently won a hard-fought EB-5 case with the Chinese investor who had complicated issues showing the source of his investment funds.
CIS questioned whether the source of funds were from the investor himself or his father.
The case was approved after extensive documentation was submitted proving the source of funds along with other creative legal arguments.