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February 21, 2018

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Cool Stuff We Have Done

January 9, 2017

 

Note: This list is far from comprehensive.  Just stuff we are especially proud of.

     

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8/2019--Affirmative asylum application approved for Iraqi doctor (after successful expedite request).

 

4/2019--Extraordinary Ability petition (EB-1A immigrant visa petition) approved for composite materials and failure analysis expert in the oil and gas industry (no request for evidence).

 

1/2019--Extraordinary Ability petition (EB-1A immigrant visa petition) approved for expert in petrophysics and Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Imaging in the oil and gas industry

 

11/2018--Extraordinary Ability petition (EB-1A immigrant visa petition) approved for pipeline failure analysis expert in the oil and gas industry (no request for evidence).

 

10/2018--Extraordinary Ability petition (EB-1A immigrant visa petition) approved for deepwater pipeline design engineer.

 

8/2018--Extraordinary Ability petition (EB-1A immigrant visa petition) approved for Health, Safety, Security and Environment expert in the oil and gas industry.

 

7/30/2018--Extraordinary Ability petition (EB-1A immigrant visa petition) approved for financial consultant.

 

5/2018--Extraordinary Ability petition (EB-1A immigrant visa petition) approved for Oracle Enterprise Resource Planning implementation expert.

 

2/2018--E-2 renewal approved for Galveston real estate company (no request for evidence).

 

12/2017--Extraordinary Ability petition (EB-1A immigrant visa petition) approved for business consultant with major accounting firm (no request for evidence).

 

12/2017--Extraordinary Ability petition (EB-1A immigrant visa petition) approved for global excellence manager of major oil and gas firm (no request for evidence).

 

11/2017--H-1B approved for Wage Level 1 computer programmer (despite nearly impossible request for evidence).

 

11/2017--Extraordinary Ability petition (EB-1A immigrant visa petition) approved for trading manager of major oil and gas firm (no request for evidence).

 

10/2017--Canadian E-2 approved for flood restoration franchise.

 

8/2017--The Board of Immigration Appeals granted our appeal, remanding the case of a Honduran woman fleeing severe domestic violence.  The immigration judge had denied asylum partly on the basis of the existence of a women's shelter near her hometown.  The Board noted that the immigration judge had ignored evidence in the record that the shelter was not adequately funded. 

 

8/2017--The Board of Immigration Appeals granted our motion to reopen a 23-year-old removal order for a grandmother with a federal drug trafficking conviction.  Now she can apply for a 212(c) waiver and get her green card back.

 

7/2017--Extraordinary Ability petition (EB-1A immigrant visa petition) approved for Colombian biomedical researcher (no request for evidence).

 

6/2017--Change of status from L-1B to L-1A (function manager) approved (zero employees supervised in the U.S.).

 

6/2017--Extraordinary Ability petition (EB-1A immigrant visa petition) approved for Big Data analyst at major oil services firm (no request for evidence).

 

4/2017--Adjustment of status application approved for Indian family in just over two months. (We don't know how this one happened, but we're taking credit for it!)

 

3/2017--212(d)(3) non-immigrant waiver approved for Canadian grandmother to be able to visit her grandchildren in the U.S.

 

3/2017--O-1B Extraordinary Ability in the Arts visa approved for Venezuelan guitarist (two-time Mara de Oro winner).

 

2/2017--Management Consultant TN visa (NAFTA Professional) approved in Juarez, Mexico.

 

2/2017--P-1B (non-immigrant visa for a "nationally recognized entertainment group") approved for a Mexican Christian norteno band.

 

12/2016--Extraordinary Ability petition (EB-1A immigrant visa petition) approved for refinery expert (no request for evidence).

 

10/2016--Extraordinary Ability petition (EB-1A immigrant visa petition) approved for Supply Chain Management Lead (no request for evidence)

 

8/2016--National Interest Waiver immigrant visa petition approved for a Supply Chain Management Lead (no request for evidence).

 

8/2016--We won a published Fifth Circuit case (after getting the Court to reverse itself!). Gomez v. Lynch, ---F.3d---, 2016 WL 4169123 (5th Cir. Aug. 5, 2016).

 

8/2016--P-1A athlete visa for professional wrestler approved.

 

7/2016--E-2 investor visa for real estate company approved.

 

1/2016--EB-1A extraordinary ability immigrant visa petition approved for pulmonologist (no request for evidence)

 

1/2016--Management consultant TN (NAFTA professional) visa approved in Juarez, Mexico.

 

11/2015--Writ of mandamus successful after filing lawsuit against USCIS (15 year pending application to remove conditions from investor green card approved).

 

8/2015--National Interest Waiver (EB-2 immigrant visa petition) approved for industrial engineer.

 

6/2015--We won a U.S. Supreme Court case!  Mata v. Lynch, 135 S. Ct. 2150 (2015).

 

5/2015--I-526 immigrant visa petition approved (million dollar investment green card).

 

3/2015--National Interest Waiver approved for electronics engineer.

 

1/2015--National Interest Waiver approved for Instrumentation and Control engineer.

 

1/2015--Writ of mandamus successful (USCIS forced to adjudicate 2 year pending National Interest Waiver immigrant visa petition).

 

12/2014--212(d)(3) non-immigrant waiver approved (drug trafficking).

 

12/2014--We won a Fifth Circuit case! Mendez-Mendez v. Holder, 13-60293 (5th Cir. 2014).

 

10/2014--O-1A Extraordinary Ability non-immigrant visa approved for professional wrestler.

 

9/2014--EB-1A Extraordinary Ability immigrant visa petition approved for professional wrestler.

 

4/2014--O-1A extraordinary ability non-immigrant visa approved for pulmonologist.

 

1/2014--Scheduled for oral argument before the Board of Immigration Appeals on issue whether to overturn precedent decision Matter of Tobar-Lobo, 24 I&N Dec. 143 (BIA 2007) (failure to register as a sex offender is a crime involving moral turpitude) (government withdrew charges to avoid precedent).

 

11/2013--Management consultant TN (NAFTA professional visa) approved in Alberta, Canada.

 

9/2013--E-2 treaty investor visa approved for Italian import store.

 

6/2013--J-1 two-year home residency requirement waiver (U.S. Health and Human Services Interested Government Agency category) approved.

 

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