Miss Lucy is a young lady coming to the U.S. with a J-1 visa. Her J-1 status will expire in February 2003. Miss Lucy would like to study as an F-1 student at a prestigious university in Texas and join the program in next fall semester. Since it was impossible for her to obtain the approval of J-1 waiver in time, she wished to apply for an F-1 visa through third country visa processing.
Miss Lucy contacted us for a free evaluation about the possibility to get F-1 visa, and she expressed her concern that she was afraid the visa officer might deny her application because her brother is a U.S. citizen. After a careful evaluation of her situations, we concluded that there was a good chance of her to obtain F-1 visa through our professional services. After Miss Lucy retained us to help her to obtain an F-1 visa through Third Country Visa processing, our attorney guided her to gather all required documents, discussed with Miss Lucy on her concern, and prepared her for the interview. On June 26, 2002, Mr. Stephen Santucci accompanied Miss Lucy to travel to Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, and proved to the visa officer that Miss Lucy's application for F-1 visa is a bona fide application. The Visa Officer issued an F-1 visa to Miss Lucy. Upon returning the U.S. with the F-1 visa, Miss Lucy obtained her F-1 status.
Mr. Judson came to the U.S. as an F-1 student 5 years ago. After he graduated, he found a job and changed his status to H-1B. His job duties require frequent business travel to China. He and his boss really worried about whether he could obtain an H-1B visa at U.S. Consulates in China. Thus, Mr. Judson tried to apply for an H-1B visa through Third Country Visa processing, which is usually an easier way to obtain visas.
After a free evaluation, our experienced attorneys concluded that there
was a big chance for Mr. Judson to obtain an H-1B visa through Third Country
Visa processing based on our professional services. Mr. Santucci made
a thorough preparation for Mr. Judson's case. Afterwards, Mr. Santucci
accompanied Mr. Judson flying to Ciudad Juarez, Mexico on June 26, 2002.
The Visa Officer was totally satisfied with Mr. Santucci's representation
on behalf of Mr. Judson. Mr. Judson smoothly obtained an H-1B visa.
Mr. Wu is an F-1 student pursuing his Master's degree at a university in Oklahoma. He wished to go back to China within his summer break to look for a girl friend in his hometown. He worried that he might not obtain an F-1 visa from the U.S. Consulate in Shanghai because of his bad academic performance: one D.
After a free evaluation, we concluded that Mr. Wu's overall academic
record was fairly good, and there was a possibility of his obtaining F-1
visa through Third Country Visa (TCV). Mr.Santucci prepared all required
documents for visa application, and prepared for the interview with Mr.
Wu together. On June 18, 2002, Mr. Santucci and Mr. Wu drove to Mexico
and applied for F-1 visa with the U.S. Consulate at Ciudad Juarez. The
visa officer was satisfied of Mr. Santucci's presentation on behalf of
Mr. Wu, and he issued an F-1 visa to Mr. Wu.
Mr. Wang was a J-1 visiting scholar from China. His J-1 status would expire on July 30, 2002. Mr. Wang would like to study as an F-1 student before his J-1 program expires. Since he cannot obtain the approval of J-1 waiver in time, he cannot change his non-immigration status from J-1 to F-1 in the U.S.
Mr. Wang contacted us for a free evaluation about the possibility to get F-1 visa through Third Country Visa. After a careful evaluation of his situations, we concluded that there was a great possibility of his obtaining F-1 visa through our professional services. He retained us to help him to obtain an F-1 visa through Third Country Visa processing. We believe that thorough homework and good preparations are the first step to successful TCV applications. Therefore, our attorney prepared the required documents, discussed with Mr. Wang on the issues that were important to his case, and prepared for the interview. On June 5, 2002, Mr. Stephen Santucci accompanied Mr. Wang to travel to Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, and represented him at the interview by talking to the Consular Officer directly on his behalf. The Consular Officer issued an F-1 visa to Mr. Wang. Upon returning the U.S. with F-1 visa, Mr. Wang obtained F-1 status.
Miss Yan was a J-2 holder. Her father, Prof. Yan's J-1 program would expire on June 10, 2002. They planned that Miss Yan was going to apply an F-1 visa through Third Country Visa process so as to be enrolled in a university in California.
Our Third Country Visa attorneys concluded that it was difficult for Miss Yan's visa application. However, our attorneys believed that our TCV experience could assist her to obtain an F-1 visa. After a thorough preparation, our attorney accompanied Miss Yan flying to Ciudad Juarez, Mexico on May 21, 2002. Just as we expected, the Visa Officer bombarded them lots of questions. However, the Visa Officer was totally satisfied of Mr. Santucci's statement on behalf of Miss Yan. Finally, Miss Yan obtained an F-1 visa. Upon returning the U.S. with an F-1 visa, Miss Yan obtained her F-1 status.
Mr. Garcia was an L-2 holder. He found a decent job in New York and wished to work for his employer as an H-1B worker.
After a careful evaluation of his situations and scrutiny of his legal documents, we concluded that there was a great possibility of his obtaining H-1B visa through our professional services. He retained us to help him to obtain an H-1B visa through Third Country Visa processing. Mr. Santucci collected the required documents, discussed with Mr. Garcia on the issues that were important to his case, and prepared for the interview. On April 30, 2002, Mr. Santucci accompanied Mr. Wang to travel to Ciudad Juarez, Mexico. Mr. Santucci presented the legal grounds of Mr. Garcia's visa application with the Visa Officer. The Visa Officer issued an H-1B visa to Mr. Garcia.
Ms. Shawney comes from Pakistan. She was laid off by her previous employer and lost her H-1B status. Fortunately, she found another job, and the employer filed I-129 petition for H-1B immediately with the INS Nebraska Service Center. The H-1B petition was approved by the INS. However, since Ms. Shawney had been out of status for a couple months, the INS Nebraska Service Center requested her to obtain an H-1B visa at U.S. Consulate in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico before she starts the authorized employment.
After a free evaluation from us about the possibility of obtaining an H-1 visa through TCV, Ms. Shawney retained Z&A to represent and assist her throughout the entire Third Country Visa (TCV) process. Our experienced TCV attorney, Mr. Santucci, carefully prepared the required documents, discussed with her on the important issues of her application, prepared for the interview. On March 6, 2002, Mr. Santucci accompanied Ms. Shawney to travel to Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, and represented her at the interview by talking to the Visa Officer directly. It is very important that experienced attorney to explain with the Consular Officer about the issue of out of status and plea for a discretional approval. Persuaded by Mr. Santucci's presentation, the Consular Officer approved Ms. Shawney's H-1B visa application. By using the newly approved H-1B visa, Ms. Shawney regained her H-1B status upon entering the US and starts working for her new employer legally.
Miss Zhou entered the U.S. with a B-2 visa to visit her uncle and aunt who are living in Houston, Texas. Three months later, she made up her mind to study at an English language school in Houston. Because waiting the approval notice of changing status from B-2 to F-1 was really a long time which might ruin her timely enrollment, Miss Zhou wished to apply for an F-1 through TCV.
After a free evaluation, we concluded that it was rather difficult for Miss Zhou to apply for a F-1. However, we believed through our elaborate preparation based on our experience we could help Miss Zhou to obtain an F-1 visa. Our TCV attorneys thoroughly prepared her case. On March 18, 2002, our attorney accompanied Ms. Zhou to travel to Ciudad Juarez, Mexico and represented her at the interview. As we expected, the visa officer hesitated to issue visa, and asked a lot of questions about her intent and future plan. Because of our excellent preparation, our attorney's responses freed the mind of apprehensions of the Visa Officer. Miss Zhou obtained her F-1 visa successfully.
Note: The names used above are fictitious and not the actual names of our clients. The stories are examples of previous successful cases we have handled in the past. They do not represent legal advice and are not to be considered legal representation. Please be aware that each and every case presents its own specific fact and circumstance. The successful outcomes described above do not guarantee that your particular immigration application will similarly result in a favorable result. For a free initial evaluation of your situation, please contact: email@example.com
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