On March 4, 2014, the USCIS approved another L-1A application we filed for a client on Nov. 22, 2013. During the pending of this case, the USCIS issued a RFE challenging the appropriateness of the applied position within the petitioning company because of the unique nature of the position and its duties.
While the challenge has reasonable ground, we believe that the USCIS simply failed to see the complexity of the business of the petitioning company and the position. We submitted extensive documents and analysis to address the concerns of the USCIS, finally convinced the reviewing officer, and earned this challenging case for our client.
Lin & Valdez is renowned for our handling of employment and business-related immigration petitions. Our managing attorney Stewart Lin has an LLM from Boston University in international banking law and hence is keen to all business related issues. Another attorney of our firm, Mr. Zack Huang, has a undergraduate major in Economy from Cornell University. Over the years, we have filed countless investment related visa petitions for our clients around the world. If your company is a parent or subsidiary company of a foreign company, and you wish to apply for managerial personnel or foreign employee with special knowledge, please contact us. The help you need, as we always say, is just a click away.