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At our firm, we have successfully reunited many families in the past. Below is a synopsis of one couple’s story.
Mr. Hong is one of our most esteemed clients. We have worked with him for many years on several immigration matters. So naturally, when he informed us that he wanted to bring his fiancée over from China, we were more than happy to help him. By the time he consulted with us, he and his fiancée already had a K-visa application pending. On July 4, 2007, Mr. Hong’s fiancée received word that she was granted an interview. On August 28, 2007, Mr. Hong’s fiancée’s K-visa petition was approved and upon her arrival to the United States, Mr. Hong and his alien fiancée married within a month. After doing so, Mr. and Mrs. Hong retained our firm for the completion of an I-485 (adjustment of status)—officially signing an agreement on September 24, 2007. After gathering the appropriate documentation, our firm filed Mrs. Hong’s I-485 on October 3, 2007, which was approved on April 1, 2008, just shy of six months from the date we filed her petition. For the past few years, Mr. and Mrs. Hong have lived together as a happy, married couple.
There is no greater reward for us at Zhang & Associates, P.C. than to reunite families back together.
(Updated 10/12/2012 by AD)
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