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Noaman Azhar

Noaman Azhar’s Legal Cases

9 total

  • O-1 Visa for Professional Athlete Approved

    Practice Area:
    Immigration
    Date:
    Oct 07, 2011
    Outcome:
    O-1 Visa Approved
    Description:
    On October 07, 2011 we secured an O-1 visa (Alien of Extraordinary Ability) for my client who is a professional athlete from New South Whales, Australia. My client is currently ranked 23rd in the world in the field of professional saddle-bronc riding. My client qualified for the O-1 visa category as an alien of extraordinary ability in the athletics having been recognized on the national and international stage through many major print and media outlets, substantial prize money earnings, professional accomplishments/championships, and being a member of professional organizations. Read more at http://www.azharlawfirm.com/our-work/case-victories
  • Green Card Secured Through Sua Sponte Motion to Re-Open

    Practice Area:
    Immigration
    Date:
    Sep 30, 2011
    Outcome:
    Green Card Approved Through Motion to Re-Open
    Description:
    On September 30, 2011 we secured the approval of my client’s green card through a sua sponte (on their own accord) motion to re-open filed by the Dallas Field Office Director. After a lengthy discussion during my client's permanent residency interview, the immigration officer agreed to seek approval of a previously denied I-130 from the Dallas Field Office Director. The Dallas Field Office Director agreed to re-open the previously denied I-130 petition, sua sponte, and then approve it, allowing my client to become a permanent resident. Read more at http://www.azharlawfirm.com/our-work/case-victories
  • Citizenship Secured for Pakistani, Afghani, and Moroccan Clients

    Practice Area:
    Immigration
    Date:
    Sep 26, 2011
    Outcome:
    Citizenship Secured for Pakistani, Afghani, and Moroccan Clients
    Description:
    On September 26, 2011 we secured U.S. citizenship for three clients from Pakistan, Afghanistan, and Morocco at the Dallas District Field Office. Read more at http://www.azharlawfirm.com/our-work/case-victories
  • National Interest Waiver Secured for Portuguese College Professor

    Practice Area:
    Immigration
    Date:
    Sep 15, 2011
    Outcome:
    Approved National Interest Waiver
    Description:
    On September 15, 2011 we secured a National Interest Waiver for our client, a professor of mathematics from Portugal. Our client, a mathematics professor, is currently maintaining H-1B status but wanted to bypass the labor certification process necessary to secure a green card by pursing a National Interest Waiver. We argued that our client’s presence in the U.S. is in the national interest, specifically her work in applied mathematics, and research in influenza and dynamics of carbon in ecosystems, will help in the areas of infectious diseases, public health, mathematical disease modeling and ecological science. 8 C.FR 204.5(k)(4)(ii). Read more at http://www.azharlawfirm.com/our-work/case-victories
  • E-2 Investor Visa Approved

    Practice Area:
    Immigration
    Date:
    Sep 02, 2011
    Outcome:
    Approved E-2 Investor Visa
    Description:
    On September 02, 2011 we secured an E-2 visa for our client who runs a large tortilla factory in the United States. Our client, a citizen of Mexico, has been operating a large tortilla factory in Dallas, Texas and sought to secure his immigration status through an E-2 visa. Read more at http://www.azharlawfirm.com/our-work/case-victories
  • Writ of Mandamus Secures Green Card Interview

    Practice Area:
    Immigration
    Date:
    Jul 28, 2011
    Outcome:
    Green Card Interview Given Following Writ of Mandamus
    Description:
    On July 28, 2011, in response to our Writ of Mandamus lawsuit filed against USCIS, our client was given a second interview in connection with this green card application after 4 years from the initial interview. Read more at http://www.azharlawfirm.com/our-work/case-victories
  • Green Card Secured in Dallas Immigration Court Despite 3 Criminal Convictions

    Practice Area:
    Immigration
    Date:
    Jul 19, 2011
    Outcome:
    Green Card Secured in Dallas Immigration Court with Waiver
    Description:
    On July 19, 2011 we secured permanent residency for a detained client in Dallas immigration court despite three criminal convictions. We presented substantial documentation to the immigration judge in support of a 212 H waiver which excused our client’s criminal convictions. The government contested the waiver and our client's residency application, but we argued that should the client be removed to Pakistan, it would cause extreme hardship on our client’s wife and child. After two and one-half hours of testimony and arguments, the immigration judge agreed to approve our client's case and reinstate his permanent residency. Our client was released from detention that day and reunited with his wife and 1-year old child whom he had held only twice before. Read more at http://www.azharlawfirm.com/our-work/case-victories
  • L-1A Visa Secured for International Executive

    Practice Area:
    Immigration
    Date:
    Jun 03, 2011
    Outcome:
    L-1A Visa Secured for International Executive
    Description:
    On June 03, 2011, we secured an L-1A approval for our client, an executive manager at a large manufacturing company in Monterrey, Mexico. Our client intends on opening a subsidiary company in the U.S. in order to further the principal company’s manufacturing of heavy machinery. Read more at http://www.azharlawfirm.com/our-work/case-victories
  • H-1B Visa Approved for South Korean College Professor

    Practice Area:
    Immigration
    Date:
    Jun 17, 2011
    Outcome:
    H-1B Visa Approved for South Korean College Professor
    Description:
    On June 17, 2011, we secured an H-1B for a college professor at a local University in Oklahoma. Within 10 days of submission of the application, USCIS approved the petition and granted our client H-1B status effective immediately, and for the next 3 years. Read more at http://www.azharlawfirm.com/our-work/case-victories