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Our publication team posts a few stories to celebrate our immigration success stories every month and offer some comfort to those who will soon embark on a similar immigration journey. Below, you’ll read just a few immigration success stories that hundreds of F4 India's clients have experienced. 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, Kindly feel free to contact us .

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01Sept2020

This Week's Success Story : Family Re-Unification I-131,Application for Humanitarian Parole

An achievement worth sharing. F4 India Law firm has successfully accomplished humanitarian based Advance parole application.This client was granted parole authorization by USCIS  for 2 years at Chennai US Consulate on 9th Sep 2020.

It was a challenging case but our dedicated Team handled it well. We always ready for complicated and Challenging cases. Before approaching us, the client was disheartened because the top US immigration attorneys have refused to take the case, as per them it was impossible to have a humanitarian Based advance parole for derivative under an ongoing Adjustment of Status.

Our Client had to visit India under urgent circumstances and on return she was denied entry at the airport.

Expert Advise -It is advised to all the applicants that in case your green card application at USCIS is pending then do not travel without a valid Travel document. This is what happened in this case, client did not have the valid travel document in hand, the one they applied for was not yet approved, it was under processing at USCIS, the client did mistake and travelled on an expired travel document, and got stuck in her home country. Fortunately, she met our team and was able to get Visa. She is flying back to US tomorrow i.e. 22nd September 2020. We are happy for her and wish her a happy life ahead.