We have received three asylum approvals after interviews two weeks ago.
The first case is a woman who engaged in activities in the United States that are deemed illegal in her own country; the second case is a man who has suffered persecution in his country due to his political views. The third case involves a couple who has suffered persecution due to their country's family planning policy more than 10 years ago.
We also received a fraud waiver approval and I-485 approval shortly after the waiver is approved. The client came in as an F-1 student. She never attended school. Immigration found her inadmissible for fraud. We were retained after the USCIS requested 601 Waiver.
Finally, our EB1A chef-client and his family have landed in the US after their immigrant visas are granted in Guangzhou, China. This client is from northeast China and he plans to open a restaurant in the Bay Area. We are looking forward to his new adventure in the U.S.