Immigration Success Stories

Success Stories

Below, you’ll see just a few samples of the immigration success stories that hundreds of SGM Law Group clients have experienced. As you can see, we don’t shy away from the difficult cases, we challenge them. Our attorneys are experts in immigration law and have a long track record of giving clients the tools they need to live and work in the U.S. If you want to be one of our many immigration success stories, feel free to contact us.

Getting an H-3 Visa After a Complicated RFE

At SGM Law Group, we see people from all kinds of situations and backgrounds come through our office doors. Thanks to our dedicated and skilled attorneys, most people walk out of those doors with smiles on their faces and visas in their hands. While we usually deal with employment-based visas, we also often have more complicated immigration situations come our way. For an architect who received an H3 visa RFE, this was one of those cases.

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H1B Extension Approved for a Computer Systems Analyst

When you see as many H1B cases as we do here at our offices, you begin to realize that it can be more difficult to gain approval for certain specialty positions over others. When a client came to our office needing an H1B extension for a computer systems analyst, we weren’t their first choice, but we were the only ones who would rise to the challenge.

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Answering an H1B Non Profit RFE for Specialty Position

When the odds seemed stacked against you and the requirements seem too high to qualify, our experienced legal team is prepared to help you overcome daunting obstacles. As far as H1B visas are concerned, there’s nothing we haven’t already seen before, including an H1B non-profit RFE case.

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Meeting The EB-1 Green Card Requirements in a Complex Field

For those who are unfamiliar with the green card levels, the EB-1 is the most difficult to obtain. As if that weren’t enough, the EB-1 category is broken down into three subcategories: the EB-1A, EB-1B, and EB-1C. Needless to say, they are in order of rarity and prestige, making the EB-1A the most difficult green card available. Fortunately, it’s nothing that our experienced attorneys haven’t seen before.

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H1B Visa Request for Evidence (RFE) | Two Week Turnaround

Two weeks.

That was how much time one consulting company had left when they came to us with a very puzzling H-1B request for evidence concerning one of their employees.

In the world of immigration law, two weeks is hardly enough time to do anything…

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SGM Law Group Attorneys Overcome Difficult RFE For an H-1B in a Different Field

The attorneys at SGM Law Group have a long track record of success—even under the most difficult circumstances. For a prospective IT manager, we overcame seemingly impossible hurdles to get her an H-1B visa…

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H-1B Approval for a Small Company: Case Study

The H-1B visa is one of the most popular immigration visas for foreign professionals who seek employment in the United States. However, the H-1B visa is only available to professionals within a specialty occupation.An approved occupation requires a minimum of a bachelor’s degree. The H-1B is also limited by a cap of 85,000. This includes 20,000 of which are solely dedicated to individuals with a master’s degree or higher…

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E-2 Status Extension Approved Despite I-94 Expiration

A client recently approached us in panic because his I-94 had expired more than a month ago. He had a valid E2 visa on his passport until 2016 and assumed that the visa alone was sufficient for him to legally reside in the US…

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Ten-Year U.S. Bar Lifted by Demonstrating Extreme Hardship

SGM Law Group successfully resolved our client’s case to remove a 10-year bar to admissibility by submitting an I-601 waiver and highlighting how her inability to re-enter the U.S would cause extreme hardship within her family…

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I-751 Removal of Conditions after Divorce and Initial Denial

SGM Law Group is happy to share the recent success story of a challenging I-751 (Petition to Remove the Conditions of Residence) approval after the original I-751 was denied by the USCIS…

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