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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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This Week’s Success Story: Humanitarian Parole Request for 5 Year Old Approved by USCIS.

We received a call in January from Movithapriya living in Tamil Nadu with her 5 years old daughter, her daughter was denied an entry to US in January 2020. Movitha had obtained Advance Parole (AP) as part of their EAD renewal application. Their daughter’s previously obtained AP had expired and applicant re-applied for AP for the child in early October 2019. The AP did not come through although the online status showed that AP was approved. Applicants travelled to India without a physical advance parole document for their 5 yrs old daughter, mistakenly believing that approval in the system would be enough to gain re-entry.

On December 27, 2019, applicants started their return journey from India to US. At the preclearance in Abu Dhabi, they were asked to produce AP for the child, which they didn’t have. As a result, the child was not allowed to board the flight. Applicant’s wife and the minor child had to return back to India. Movitha called many Immigration agents and Attorneys but none of them were ready to take her case as no one was sure that she will get any grant or will be able to go back to the United States. Only after talking to our immigration Attorney Mr. Samar, Movitha got some hope and decided to go ahead with us. Our team analysed all the situation and prepared Humanitarian based Advance Parole for her daughter, which was granted by USCIS in April, 2020. Now she is waiting for her daughters boarding foil. We congratulate her and are thankful for her review.



This Week’s Success Story: Finally, An Indian Family Reunited After Twelve Years. An Achievement Worth Sharing.

As a Temporary Foreign National Worker “Gitaben Patel” spent 11 years alone in Yuba City, California, Working every day hard to support her family back in India. She was extremely happy when she qualified for Permanent Residence – She suffered a lot because of mistake paperwork, as per records from her home country showed that her husband was married to another woman. Polygamy is a big crime , so her husband was found criminally inadmissible. Sadly, Gitaben Patel and her children were also found inadmissible too as his family members.

Gitaben Patel tried everything to convince the US government that her husband was not a bigamist. Somehow, she managed to convince authorities to let her stay in California, the Canada Government still considered her husband inadmissible after 10 years.

We firmly believed that Gitaben Patel’s situation was unfair. With our help, Gitaben Patel and her husband proved that the only sensible interpretation of the law is that they had only ever been married to each other – in any country – and to no one else! Thanks to F4 India Law firm's efforts, Gitaben Patel’s husband was finally vindicated and landed in US this December. We wish them a happy life.