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|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|American Immigration Lawyers Association||MEMBER||2005 - Present|
|American Bar Association||MEMBER||1995 - Present|
|H-1B FOR SPECIALTY REGISTERED NURSES||APPROVED H-1B FOR SPECIALTY RNs|
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|ASIAN JOURNAL||U.S. VISA OPTIONS FOR REGISTERED NURSES||2009|
|Georgetown University Law Center||Masters in Taxation Laws||LL.M - Master of Laws||1997|
|DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA SCHOOL OF LAW||Law||JURIS DOCTOR||1995|
|ATENEO DE MANILA UNIVERSITY||LEGAL MANAGEMENT||BACHELORS DEGREE IN SCIENCE||N/A|
|U.S. VISA OPTIONS FOR RNs||VISA OPTIONS FOR NURSES||2009|
Posted by Carmelita Guloy, RN
Attorney Bella Reyes took my seemingly hopeless H-1B Specialty RN transfer case. We knew that the USCIS usually denies cases like mine. Atty. Reyes did not lose hope despite all the obstacles. Our case was approved in 3 months and I was able to work full time during that time. Atty. Reyes was very knowledgeable about the case laws and was very involved in our case. She kept my husband and I informed of all the developments in our case. We strongly recommend Atty. Reyes to all RNs who are in the U.S. and abroad. Atty. Bella Reyes is the answer for difficult cases like mine!
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