The Best Immigration Law Firm can Save you from the Denials & Rejectionsby Michael Wildes (Wildes and Weinberg P.C)
When the discussion about New York in United States of America breaks, the opening lines are always, “a land of dreams and opportunities, accompanied by Hudson River, flowing from north to south through eastern New York and the sky kissing ‘Liberty of Statue‘. The only person on whom you can bank upon for productive realization of this dream into reality is, “a professional from the best immigration law firm.”
Becoming a proud inhabitant of United States is a dream that almost every eye sees, but how many of us get lucky with a legal permit to the country is the question that is ruling our thoughts from decades. Although, immigrating to United States of America is being made tougher with a purpose to bridle the illegal immigrants and invaders, yet the trespassers are trying their level best in digging loopholes and finding a back-door entry to the nation. On the other side, the culprits (immigration agents) are doing everything but the kitchen sink to mislead the innocent daydreamers. In these situations, not consulting the best immigration law firm could be the biggest gamble a person can play with his life and career.
Undeniably, the immigration process is a legal web; one visa application procedure is dipped in hundred of clauses and conditions. Neither it is easy for an immigration law toddler to understand them nor easy for an immigration lawyer to make them understandable. These laws are meant to follow as they are and one single mistake or omission means candidature cancellation, end of story. These clauses and complexities are mostly used by the culprit agents to mislead a daydreamer. To explain ourselves in a better way, let us consider these examples:
Crewmember Visa (D Visa): Denied on the grounds of “Dry Dock”
A candidate applied for a visa under crewmember’s category for a ship. In his application, he mentioned that primary function he is expected to perform is, “repairing a boat, while the boat waits at US Port or in more specific terms, docked at US Port. The candidate did not refer a best immigration law firm and his visa was denied with a reason that B-1 visa would be more appropriate for the purpose instead of crewmember visa (D-Visa).
Crewmember Visa (D Visa): Denied on the grounds of Dependent Spouse or Child Visa B-2
A candidate applied the visa as a dependent of a crewmember and has nothing to do with the operations of vessels; was served with a visa denial and a suggestion for applying B-2 visa for the purpose.
There are millions of such applications, which are marked with instant denials, and in most cases; people treat them as their bad luck, however, it is not a result of bad luck, rather it is an outcome of bad decision or wrong choice about not consulting a best immigration law firm.