Approval Cases and Stories

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EB-5 VISAS

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Jenry was in the US under student status with his family and wanted to apply for the EB5 visa.

THE SOLUTION:

Loigica filed for Immigration Petition by Alien Investor and it was approved.

THE RESULT

Jenry and his family, obtained their permanent residence adjusting their immigration status.

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Maria, a successful businesswoman in her home country, wanted to obtain residency through an EB5 project.

THE SOLUTION:

Loigica filed for Immigration Petition by Alien Investor and it was approved in 6 months.

THE RESULT

Maria is a happy client and is already starting her new life in the United States with her family.

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Domingo wanted to invest in an EB5 project, using his life savings and thus establish his residence in the United States, together with his beautiful family.

THE SOLUTION:

Loigica filed for Immigration Petition by Alien Investor and it was approved in 5 months.

THE RESULT

Domingo is already packing his bags to enjoy his retirement living in the United States.

E-1 VISAS

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Successful Colombian company was looking to expand its commercial horizons with the United States and consolidate its firm in the American market.

THE SOLUTION:

Loigica filed for Immigration Petition by E-1 visa and it was approved at the American Embassy in Bogota.

THE RESULT

The Colombian company continues to operate successfully in Colombia and the United States.

E-2 VISAS

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An Argentine businessman who was a tourist in the United States and found the business of his life in Miami. Therefore, he wanted to apply for the E-2 investor visa within the United States.

THE SOLUTION:

Loigica filed for Immigration Petition by E-2 status and it was approved, modifying his status from B2 (tourist Visa) to E-2 (investor visa) .

THE RESULT

Our client is developing his business in the United States.

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Citizen of Brazil who invested in the United States buying a Pizzeria. He wanted to apply for the E-2 investor visa for himself and his family.

THE SOLUTION:

Loigica filed for Immigration Petition by E-2 status and it was approved at the American Embassy in Sao Paulo/Brazil.

THE RESULT

Our client has achieved the expected success, he has his E-2 visa in his passport.

H-1B VISAS

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A litigation law firm planned to file an H1B for a strong performing Chinese national who had recently graduated with a law degree from an American university but who would not been admitted to the local State Bar in time for filing the H1B.

THE SOLUTION:

Loigica filed and Labor Condition Application under the ONET Code of “Paralegals and Legal Assistants” and argued that the job duties were so specialized and complex that only a person with J.D. or an L.L.M. would have the requisite knowledge to perform the duties.

THE RESULT

The USCIS granted a three-year H1B to graduate.

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A prominent national paincare center wished to hire a young doctor under its fellowship program on a part-time basis.

THE SOLUTION:

Loigica filed a part-time labor condition application, and classified the fellow under the ONET Code “Physicians and Surgeons, All Other” category.

THE RESULT

The USCIS granted a three-year H1B to the young doctor. Once he completed the program the employer filed an amendment to hire the young doctor as a full-time physician, and again the USCIS granted a new three-year H1B to him.

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A west-coast LED technology company moved its operations to the east-coast 1.5 years after its top employee had been approved an H1B to work at the old office.

THE SOLUTION:

Loigica prepared a new Labor Condition Application providing the new work-site location, an updated prevailing wage corresponding to the new location and kept the job title and ONET code the same as the previous H1B. Loigica argued that the only condition that had changed was the work location which often growing companies must do

THE RESULT

The USCIS granted another three-year H1B to the top worker.

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A midwest staffing company with over 800 employees filed and H1B transfer petition to staff a highly valued engineer at a technology company. The USCIS filed a Request for Evidence alleging that the staffing company could not maintain the Employer-Employee Relationship with the employee since he would be staffed at a secondary entity.

THE SOLUTION:

Loigica prepared a 200 page response citing USCIS memorandum supporting such working arrangement and provide ample evidence such as contracts, employee performance reviews, recent time-sheets that established the Employee-Employer Relationship.

THE RESULT

The USCIS granted a three-year H1B to engineer and the Staffing has since then been able to staff several more specialized staffing employees at the technology company and at other secondary entity locations.

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A Florida elementary school intended to hire a language teacher for its advance students. The employer could not file a regular-cap H1B petition because it had missed the filing deadline but the school year would begin before an H1B petition could be filed and approved.

THE SOLUTION:

Loigica filed an cap-exempt H1B petition because the school had a qualifying affiliate relationship with a local university that qualified as an Institution of Higher Education

THE RESULT

The USCIS granted a three-year H1B to the teacher because the petition successfully argued that affiliate relationship had been established when the elementary school and the university had embarked in joint-programs that were of high educational importance to the university.

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