Law Offices of Chris M. Ingram

    US Immigration Attorney Chris M. Ingram Discusses US Visas That Sail Through *

    USCIS – We love it when a case just sails through, in fact most of our cases do. We work very hard building each new case on the success of a prior successful case to ensure that our cases are consistently approved. When your case gets approved celebrate the moment. Never take your successful approval for granted.

    USCIS – We love it when a case just sails through, in fact most of our cases do. We work very hard building each new case on the success of a prior successful case to ensure that our cases are consistently approved. When your case gets approved celebrate the moment. Never take your successful approval for granted.

    How USCIS Treats Submitted Case
    Preparing Visa Application Petition
    US Attorneys v. USCIS Adjudicators
    – Some US Visas Sail Through
    Requests for Further Evidence (RFE)
    Current School of Thought on RFEs
    Motions to Re-Open and Reconsider
    Filing Appeals

    We get a lot of cases that just sail through. We put the case together, follow the regulations and USCIS has no problem at all with the case and they just approve it on the spot and every one is happy. We have no way of knowing precisely what they liked particularly about the case, the competency of the USCIS adjudicator, what mood they were in or anything. All we know is that we filed the case and it was approved without a hitch.

    It’s also very true to say that we can submit two identical cases in for adjudication and one is approved and the other is not. With both cases being identical it can be quite frustrating since there is often no rhyme or reason for the opposing decisions.  As your attorney I then have the task of using my legal skills to get to the bottom if the difficulty and resolve it as quickly as possible to get my client’s case approved so they can relocate as planned.

    For those clients whose cases were approved feel proud, delighted and fortunate, this means that our collective hard work and diligence paid off at the first attempt. This achievement should be celebrated, and not taken for granted as if the case was always a foregone conclusion.  Your approval signifies that we have evolved smoothly with USCIS and we had the right adjudicator on the day.

    It is certainly impossible to predict which cases will sail through and which ones may encounter difficulties, if it were possible we’d certainly do our very best to ensure that no case was submitted for adjudication until any weaknesses in the case was resolved; obviously we’d prefer to have every client’s case go through first time, every time.

    In the next section I’ll discuss the process if your case is not approved in the first instance.

    US Immigration Attorney Chris M Ingram
    US Immigration Law Specialist
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    US Immigration Law Offices of Chris M. Ingram
    Chris M. Ingram LL.M., ESQ – Immigration Attorney
    Admitted in New York.
    Practice Specializing in US Immigration Law
    520 Broadway, Suite 350,
    Santa Monica,
    California 90401
    Tel: 310 496 4292

     

    Everyday the Law Offices of Chris M. Ingram provides a comprehensive range of US Immigration expertise. We also provide a free consultation for our prospective clients.

     

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