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A Mexican national was lawfully present in the United States on a Temporary Nonimmigrant Worker visa (H-2A), when he was inexplicably taken into custody by the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.  Within 24 hours of being retained by the detainee’s employer, the Miami immigration law firm of Pozo Goldstein was able to meet with him...
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Client is a Brazilian tennis player who has competed internationally and was granted a five-year P-1A visa as an internationally-recognized athlete to enter the United States and compete in professional tennis tournaments. Client is highly ranked by the Brazilian Tennis Federation and has achieved a high rank in the Association of Tennis Professionals and the...
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The U.S. Department of Labor certified a PERM or labor certification filed by the Pozo Goldstein team on behalf of a small medical practice for an Informatics Pharmacist position—a cutting-edge profession in the medical field. The U.S. Department of Labor certified this PERM without the need for an audit.
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The business immigration team at Pozo Goldstein obtained approval of an I-140 Petition filed under the EB-1(c) Multinational Executive or Manager for a General Manager of a cruise vessel outfitting company. Client retained the Pozo Goldstein team after her previous attorney received a six page Request for Evidence questioning every factor under the EB-1(c) category....
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The U.S. Department of Labor certified a PERM or labor certification filed by the Pozo Goldstein team on behalf of an accounting firm for a Fund Accountant position specializing in cryptocurrencies. The beneficiary is now on her way to obtaining lawful permanent residence based on this employment-based petition.
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Our client was Ordered removed in December 2009 when she failed to appear for her hearing before an Immigration Judge. We filed a Motion to Reopen claiming that our client had complied with the USCIS change of address requirements but the Immigration Judge denied our request. We filed an appeal with the Board of Immigration...
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We represented a United States petitioner and his spouse on a denial of an I-130 petition. The petition was denied because USCIS in Miami found that the beneficiary had entered into a previous marriage and they determined that the previous marriage was entered into solely for immigration benefits. The petition was denied under INA law...
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A couple was referred to our firm by very close friends who had used our services in the past. The two gentlemen had met many years earlier while mutually “liking” a comment on Facebook. Eventually they decided to meet in person, even though one of them lived in the United Kingdom. They had their first...
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We submitted an amended H-1B application on behalf of an IT specialist for a global company. This case was extremely complicated, and involved a mistake made on the part of a previous attorney who miscalculated the H eligibility time left for an Indian national. This mistake caused both the individual and the company great distress...
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We submitted an H-1B application for an IT specialist on behalf of a global company. The IT specialist was an Indian national. The case required a careful examination of the applicants H-1B history and assurance he was eligible for the time requested. The application was approved. The IT specialist is now working for the company.
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