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I have filed for my i-130 with asma. and honestly i loved her shes a straight forward person. has soo much patients. she answered all my questions all i can say is tht i never have ever left her office not satistfied.shes a great person to work with nd im planin on filing for k-3 and for sure ill go to her.
Thank you asma
Lawyer Asma helped me with our family immigration matter. After 20 years of my spouse not having legal status, through Her we were finally able to get my spouse's green card. It took almost a year and a half because of all the legal issues, but the one year and a half wait is nothing compared to 20 years. Finally he is legal and our family was not separated.
She assisted us in a family immigration case. She was knowledgable and straight forward with the advice and answers to the questions we had. I always spoke to her and did not have to speak to an assistant or another attorney to answer my questions. She understood the difficult and complex family immigration laws. Overall, we were very happy and satisfied. Thank you for your dedication and helping my family through this process!
I filed for my initial H-1B document and the H-1B adjustment document (from full time to part time) with an immigration lawyer last year. The two processes went relatively smooth. Thinking that this lawyer was someone I could trust, I also started the PERM process with her and had my company pay half of the PERM lawyer fee up front and signed whatever paper that I was required to sign.
After she was paid, I noticed that her replies to my emails were slower and some were even neglected. I'm extremely frustrated with her change of behavior as the immigration process is really important to me as it is to every immigrant. I tried emailing her again about 3 days ago with some questions, and she neglected it again. I tried to be as understanding as possible, but I personally think this is ridiculous and I'm getting very upset. She is the only person that works at the office and she has no paralegals or office staff. So I always have to talk to her directly for everything.
Today, I actually emailed her with another email account pretending I'm someone else interested in the H-1B process, and I received a reply from her within 40 minutes. So I know she's neglecting my emails on purpose. I'm not sure if she just doesn't take care of her "paid" clients or she just has something personal against me for whatever reason. (I was always respectful to her in every way so I don't believe it's something I did)
Since I signed the paper which states that I have to pay for a large termination fee if I were to request termination of contract for whatever reason, I can't just hire a new lawyer either. What would be a good approach to resolve this situation? I thought about talking to her directly face-to-face and let her know how upset I'm about her change of behavior (which she may charge me for her time) but I don't want her to screw with my immigration documents at the same time.
I had lost all hope in my fight to get my husband back home. I traved to Mexico to the U.S embassy to ask question and was told to find a lawyer . I spoke with two others and they said there was nothing they could do. Than a mechanic gave me the number to Asma. I made the appointment and she gave me a litle hope she told me excatly what the man at the U.S embassy told me. She found a few mistake that even Senator Levin missed which makes a world of diffiernce in my case. Asma's determenation, drive and compattion for her clients are above words.