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|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Certificate of Merit||University of Alberta||1981|
|Founding and Managing Partner||San Diego Biz Law||1996 - Present|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|State Bar of California||Attorney||1988 - Present|
|Electronic Retailing Association||Member||N/A|
|US-Immigration-Explained.com||Immigration Explained for the public in a 4.75-hour DVD||2008|
|Harvard University||Strategic Management||N/A||2000|
|California Western School of Law||Internatioanl law||JD - Juris Doctor||1987|
|University of Alberta||Biochemistry/Experimental Genetics||BS - Bachelor of Science||1981|
|Oxford University||US Immigration Law||1995|
Posted by Jean-Jacques
I am an attorney doing immigration law in Canada. Since I cannot appear in American courts, I have to get American representation for my clients. I was lucky enough to find Steven Riznyk in late 2009. I was very pleased with the way he and his firm operate. In 40 years, I have never seen anyone that was so assiduous and punctual. He returned all my calls promptly and usually within a few hours. He was always pleasant and courteous.
He is very knowledgeable and conscientious. All of the cases that I referred to him were handled successfully and at a very realistic price. I believe that he only bills for hours worked.
I have been privileged to do business with him and, as a token of my appreciation, I feel compelled to recommend him to all of you.
attorney in Quebec, Canada.
Posted by Barry
I was accused of a hit and run. The police towed my vehicle and wanted to impound it for a week which would have cost me over $2000.00. Mr. Riznyk negotiated with the police sergeant to have my car released the same day and to drop the charges. I was so relieved. He saved me from any criminal charges, having my car insurance increase and impound fees. I would highly recommend him for anyone needing an outstanding negotiator.
Posted by Daniela
To whom It May Concern — from Daniela, a client for K-1 fiancé Visa.
I never felt alone along the process. Whenever Mike or I had any confusion it was promptly cleared up by the lawyer’s office, by either the lawyer Steven Riznyk himself or his very capable and friendly assistant, Emily Butler. Many thanks for sticking with us throughout the application process.
Since Mike and I were split away and — especially for the non-American — it was very easy to misunderstand some of the procedures; your office was professional, prompt and efficient in helping us all along the way and in minimizing several potential pitfalls.
Knowing we had a professionals taking care of this “situation” allowed us to have freedom for other things, where we were able to enjoy more our time-before-getting-married, beyond avoiding headaches and unpleasant international misinterpretations. Also, for the non-American, it takes time to “get educated” on the procedure, which I saved by getting step-by-step assistance by Steven.
The U.S. consulate where I went had a very formal way to convey that all the papers were well prepared (according to one U.S. consular officer there in Naples). For me, the visit to Naples was one of “high tension” and in particular, I was nervous prior to the interview process. As each of the papers were checked, one-by-one, the U.S. consular office was happy, which made me happy too, and very much relieved — and made me less stressed to face the following interview with the Vice Consul.
I am Italian, and I could speak in Italian with Steven Riznyk when I needed. He is fluent in the language, including, and in particular, the technical words relating to the Visa application process. Also, Steven is totally familiar with the Italian bureaucracy, such as some delay from my side in getting required papers from the Italian government offices. His skills were a great asset.
Thank you Steven and Emily.
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