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CASE: H-1B Concurrent Employment

PETITIONER: University

BENEFICIARY: Zimbabwean Director of Global Integration & Projects Manager

LOCATION: Kansas

Our client is a university which is located in Kansas. They contacted our office in February 2017 to seek assistance from our office for their foreign employee’s H-1B based on concurrent employment category. The beneficiary is from Zimbabwe and he obtained his Ph. D. degree in chemistry. The proffered position for the Beneficiary is a Director of Global Integration & Projects Manager which we argued qualifies as a specialty occupation. He got his H-1B status with a different petitioner-employer in 2016.

After retention, our office promptly filed the H-1B visa petition with various supporting documents on March 9, 2017 via regular processing. We also gathered supporting documents from both the Petitioner and Beneficiary and argued that beneficiary’s position is a specialty occupation as the law requires.  Eventually, our client’s H-1B application was approved on April 27, 2017.  His H-1B is good until April 2020.

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CASE: Asylum

CLIENT: From Zimbabwe

LOCATION: Austin / Houston, TX

Our client, a Zimbabwean asylum seeker from Austin, Texas retained us on April 8, 2013 for an asylum case. She is an F-1 student currently working under an OPT. She wanted to seek asylum relief.

While she was in Zimbabwe last year, she was forced to attend a political rally for the government and she was severely beaten and harassed by government militia. Persecution occurred due to her political opinion and the political affiliation of her parents and brother. She was hospitalized because of this persecution and had to leave Zimbabwe. She is scared to go back home to Zimbabwe, fearing that she will be persecuted again.

We prepared her asylum application, going over several drafts until her claim was as detailed as possible. Names, addresses, dates, and all possible issues relevant to her asylum claim were addressed. We also asked her to provide supporting documents corroborating her claim. Our firm also did some research on articles pertaining to her particular claim, and the type of persecution that members of anti-government political activists suffer in Zimbabwe.

The asylum application was filed in May 17, 2013. On June 24, 2013, the CIS issued an interview notice for her, scheduled for July 10, 2013 at the Houston, Texas USCIS Asylum Office. Prior to her interview, Attorney Sung Hee (Glen) Yu prepared her thoroughly over conference calls to make sure she was able to address any possible question the asylum officer would ask. Attorney Sung Hee (Glen) Yu also went to Houston and represented our client at her asylum interview.

On July 25, 2013, the CIS in Houston approved our client’s asylum case. She is now an asylee and will be eligible to apply for permanent resident status in one year.  She also would obtain her work permit in about two weeks.

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CASE: Asylum

 CLIENT: Zimbabwean

 LOCATION: San Antonio / Houston

Our client, a Zimbabwean asylum seeker from San Antonio Texas retained us on November 29, 2012 to help her with her asylum case. She was an F-1 student at ta US college. She wanted to seek asylum relief with the US Citizenship and Immigration Service.

While she was in Zimbabwe last summer, she was raped due to her political opinion and political affiliation of her parents. She is scared to go back home to Zimbabwe, fearing that she will be persecuted again.

We helped her prepare her asylum application, going over several drafts until her claim was as detailed as possible. Names, addresses, dates, and all possible issues relevant to her asylum claim were addressed. We also asked her to provide supporting documents corroborating her claims. Our firm also did some research on articles pertaining to her particular claim, and the type of persecution that members of anti-government political activists suffer in Zimbabwe.

We also cited several case law relevant to asylum in our brief, including several that held that rape was  a form of persecution.

The asylum application was filed in December 14, 2012. On January 9, 2013, the CIS issued an interview notice for her asylum case, scheduled for January 28, 2013 in Houston, Texas. Prior to her interview, our office prepared her thoroughly for her case, going over two practice interviews via Skype to make sure she was able to address questions the asylum officer would ask.

On March 13, 2013, the CIS in Houston approved our client’s asylum case. She is now an asylee and will be eligible to apply for permanent resident status in one year.  She also would obtain her work permit in about two weeks.

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