Firm Overview

go to site Thailand’s First American owned U.S. Immigration Law Firm

Our singular focus is the practice of U.S. family based immigration law from Thailand. (fiancée & marriage visas)

go here Our firm processes visa for families:

Married Couples = CR-1 or IR-1 and K-3 Alien Relative Visas,

Engaged Couples = K-1 Fiancee Visas,

Children’s Visas= CR-2 or IR-2 and K-2 and K-4 Visas

Same Sex Couples = CR-1, IR-1, K-3, and K-1 Visas

план работы по здоровью в доу The additional services we provide are services that are required by our visa clients:

Adjustment of Status to Legal Permanent Resident (Green Card)

Prenuptial Agreements

Marriage in Thailand

Child Custody (required to obtain a immigrant visa to America)

Divorce (to terminate a marriage in order to commence visa processing)

U.S. Citizenship for Babies Born in Thailand to a U.S. Citizen Parent

Waivers (for applicants who are ineligible for a visa, examples: prostitution, criminal, overstay)

Patrick Sullivan Manager Roger Harrison Associate Michael-Kennedy-Associate

enter site 100% Track Record of Success/ Pre-Qualification to Assure Visa Issuance
We have successfully processed more U.S. family based visa petitions from Thailand than the combined total of all other firms and agencies. The clients of our firm have never been denied a visa. We qualify our clients in advance of commencing a visa application. Our comprehensive knowledge of the visa application process, and all potential pitfalls, combined with our extensive experience and knowledge enables us to determine in advance if an applicant qualifies for the visa, or if the applicant is ineligible. If ineligible we will determine if the ineligibility qualifies for a waiver, and if a waiver application can be successful. Our pre-qualification process is what enables our track record of 100% success.

Experience
As Thailand’s First American owned U.S. Immigration Law Firm, and having processed more family based visa petitions to the United States from Thailand than the combined total of all other firms and agencies, we have experienced all possible variations of standard visa application processing. In other words, we have encountered every possible scenario, complexity, and problem that can occur with a visa application and successfully worked through each and every obstacle and complication that has arisen. This extensive experience has resulted in an unequaled depth of knowledge that enables our firm to provide guaranteed results to our clients.

Results
Clients of our firm have never been denied a visa.
Clients of our firm have never been denied a green card.
Clients of our firm have never been denied a divorce.
Clients of our firm have never been denied a child custody award.
Clients of our firm have never been denied a U.S. citizenship for a child born in Thailand.
Clients of our firm have never been denied a waiver: prostitution, overstay, filing limitation, criminal.

Our comprehensive prenuptial agreement has never been set aside, disallowed or modified by a court.

Extensive Experience
We have extensive and unequaled experience working on behalf of thousands of clients with visa petitions before the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s United States Citizenship & Immigration Services, and the Department of State’s U.S. Embassy in Bangkok, Thailand. Our experience with U.S. fiancée and marriage visas, counselor processing, and Adjustment of Status to Legal Permanent Resident with Thailand based petitions is substantial and unrivaled.
We have successfully represented clients for, fiancée and marriage visas, children’s visas, child custody, divorce, legal marriage registration, adjustment of status to legal permanent resident, U.S. citizenship for children born in Thailand, prenuptial agreements, removal proceedings, fraud waiver, medical waiver, three and ten year bars to admissibility, criminal waiver, hardship waiver, prostitution waiver, filing limitation waivers, etc. Our prudent methods, assure problematical applications are processed as routine, thereby intercepting and preventing complications.

Positive Results with Difficult Applications
Many of the visa applications we process are viewed as possessing challenging characteristics by our clients. It is understandable that we continue to see the same challenging characteristics year after year, and while we could view them as routine based upon the frequency in which we see them, each and every visa application is as unique as each couple. We work with visa applications and couples on a strictly individual basis. The penalty for over confidence can be the total destruction of the lives and futures of the couples and families we represent. Our clients often seek us out due to our track record of achieving positive results with difficult applications. While your application is most likely without complication you may look upon the contents of this page as an indication of our experience, knowledge and overall competency.

The visa pictured below is an example of three different waivers obtained by our firm for one client.

Corporate Philosophy and Mission Statement
Our mission is to ensure that American/Thai couples and families can live together in the United States of America and enjoy all the benefits and freedoms America has to offer.

Our philosophy is to deliver our services to our clients with professionalism, competence, reliability, compassion, kindness, respect, sincerity, and a genuine commitment. To never lose sight of the importance of our work and how it effects the lives of our clients.

The visa that is shown below was issued to one of our clients who was cited by a consular officer with three ineligibilities. A 601 Hardship waiver was required:

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INA § 212(a)(9)(B)(v): An immigrant subject to the three or ten year bar, or otherwise not permitted to enter the USA for a period of either three years or ten years.

INA § 212 (g) (2) (b): The counselor officer has determined that the application is either fraudulent, misrepresents the facts of fails to convince or satisfy the counselor officer.

INA § Section 212(I): Immigrants who are inadmissible based on fraud or misrepresentation. A misrepresentation is made when any alien who, by fraud or willfully misrepresenting a material fact, seeks to procure (or has sought to procure or has procured) a visa, other documentation, or admission into the United States or other benefit provided under this Act is inadmissible.

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with your fiancee or wife’s mobile phone number, one of the paralegals (Thai ladies) in our office will phone her to provide information about the visa application process, and explain to her in detail the numerous things we will be handling on her behalf.

Your fiancee or wife will be invited to make an appointment with our office to begin the visa application process.

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Our Office Address:

U.S. Immigration Legal Advisors
85 Nonsi Road – Soi 8,
Yannawa, Bangkok 10120,
Thailand.
Tel: (662) 681-0015

US Office
276 Fifth Avenue,
New York, NY 10001

Toll Free No: 888-235-8856
Email: usvisabkk@gmail.com

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