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Gen Kimura

Gen Kimura’s Legal Cases

5 total

  • PERM, EB2, EB3, H-1B, R, E, and L Applications

    Practice Area:
    Immigration
    Date:
    Aug 01, 2011
    Outcome:
    Certified
    Description:
    I am capable of drafting PERM applications to ensure I-140 approval for EB2, EB3, and EB3 with 3 years' BA degree from Indian, France, Canada, and other nations. As an example, I secured several I-140 approvals under the skilled worker category for foreign nationals whose applications were certified for positions that required a bachelor’s degree plus five years of experiences even though the foreign nationals only had engineering degree equivalency evaluations based on their work experience or the combination of 3 years degree and work experience. I handled many H-1Bs, TN/TN2s, R, O, E, L and B-1/B-2 nonimmigrant petitions. I have a good understanding of H-1B extensions in three and one year increments under AC21 § 104(c) and § 106(a). I also have a good understanding of H-1B portability under AC21 § 105, and I-140 portability under AC21 § 106(c).
  • H-1B from Egypt

    Practice Area:
    Immigration
    Date:
    Mar 03, 2012
    Outcome:
    Approved
    Description:
    We filed a H-1B application to USCIS while the client was in Egypt. The case was approved by the USCIS, and U.S. Embassy in Egypt issued H-1B visas for the client and his family. They are now in the U.S. and started a greencard process with us.
  • K-1 from Tokyo

    Practice Area:
    Immigration
    Date:
    Feb 02, 2012
    Outcome:
    Approved
    Description:
    We were hired by a U.S. citizen fiance to file a K-1 application with USCIS and U.S. Embassy in Tokyo. The case was approved by the USCIS, and The U.S. Embassy in Tokyo issued a visa to his fiance.
  • Labor Certification-EB2

    Practice Area:
    Immigration
    Date:
    Nov 01, 2011
    Outcome:
    Certified
    Description:
    I was hired by the large multinational corporation to file a labor certification application for its key foreign employee. The application was certified without audit in 2011.
  • Motion To Reopen-Religious Worker

    Practice Area:
    Immigration
    Date:
    Nov 03, 2011
    Outcome:
    Approved
    Description:
    The case was for a religious teacher from India. USCIS initially denied the case, and I disagreed with the USCIS's position. I wrote USCIS to reconsider the decision. USCIS approved the case after one month. He is waiting to receive his permanent residency status.