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I am in a very complicate and devastating situation after my corporate immigration lawyer screwed up my perm case. While I was totally in the dark, I tried to seek external legal advices. I talked to a few other highly rated immigration lawyers found in avvo.com, but none of them were able to give me constructive advices regardless how much they claimed an expert in immigration. Some of the lawyers are too busy to even keep up with the latest immigration regulations and changes.
Just as I were getting into desperation, Robert was referred to me. I walked into the meeting with hesitation and expected to hear more or less the same thing as I had already heard from other "top" lawyers. But I was wrong. From the beginning I could tell he is very knowledgable and knows on top of his head every immigration laws/rules/policies. I was particularly amazed by how efficient he is on getting down to the points. He really thought through all possible options and walked me through an very insightful analysis of my case. Not only he understood how I got into the mess, he really knew how to get me out of it. For the first time, I saw a light at the end of the tunnel.
Last but not the least, Rober t is the first lawyer who makes me believe there are lawyers who truly cares about the client, but not fees.
After having my N-400 interview cancelled or postponed 3 times, I was really eager to get through the interview, which was finally scheduled 15 months after the N400 filing. However, the officer handed me a memo listing additional documents required and refused to even review those documents on the memo which I had with me then.
Robert Mimbu's office worked with me diligently during those 15 months, always answering any questions and giving me alternative ways to followup. His office also helped me draft my response and a statement along with the expansive list of additional documents requested. A month later, I received a phone call for the oath ceremony for which I did not have a written letter. When I arrived, my name was not on the list but my case had been approved and I became a US citizen almost 2 decades after arriving as a student.
I would recommend Robert Mimbu for all immigration related issues. He is fair and very prompt about returning phone calls. The fees are very reasonable too.