Proper Documentation Led To H1B Approval
About the Client
An Attorney, whose firm was established in the year 1998 and located at Brooklyn, NY, strives to provide high-quality legal representation to each and every individual. Our client has extensive experience and great reputation for offering top-notch representation in business immigration and marriage green card cases. The firm has successfully handled complex H1B Visa, L-1 Visa, Employment Green Card and Family Immigration cases in NYC and nationwide.
For one of the H1B case, we received an RFE and the USCIS used a template RFE that would usually be used for IT consulting companies. However, the beneficiary was a non-profit organization, so some of the evidence requested would not have been possible to obtain. Our goal in creating a response was to educate the USCIS about beneficiary’s organization and explain why only certain kinds of evidence would be submitted to meet the evidentiary standard. We did a thorough documentation and broke down her day-to-day tasks, explaining why each one required the use of her education in order to complete.
CNS Approach & Solution
CNS conducted a quick review about the whole case and identified the areas where we had to work so as to make the process, as smooth as possible. We played a vital role in accumulating information and gathering all the documents, required so as to provide response to the USCIS. In the end, the response sent was addressed in a way that was both robust and detailed. It spelled out the important aspects of the position, the organization itself, and the beneficiary’s qualifications that were applicable to her duties.
CNS provided an Immigration Paralegal Team who took control of the issue providing the following services:
- Drafting appropriate forms and letters that were to be sent to the USCIS, labor certification applications, and other non-immigrant related filings.
- Gathering appropriate evidence to support the proper filing.
- Maintaining computer databases for case management of immigration filings.
- Assembling application and petition packages and files with USCIS or other appropriate agency.
- Monitoring immigration related publications and web sites for news and trends and communicates findings to the practice group keeping important items in electronic files.
- Conducting research via internet and hard copy sources of information, keeping important items in electronic files.
- Preparing letters and e-Blasts to inform clients of relevant events in immigration law.
- Enter and release time promptly in compliance with the client’s announced deadlines.