Just got denied E2 visa status due to my attorney filling discrepancy. I felt like he made things worst for me now. After hiring him I feel like as if he lacking knowledge and toon my case to make $ but didn’t have expertise in E2 business visa. I am looking for someone that can me help regain E2. Somebody who has dealt with denials and knows this particulate visa throughly. Please if you are not expert in this visa” don’t reply”. I have given up and can’t afford to loose money and time.
There are many good lawyers in LA ... you can search AVVO and/or www.ailalawyer.org
Compose a SHORT form-letter and e-mail it to 405 attorneys .. .be certain to ask how long they've done immigration and how many (approximate) E-2 denials.
BY THE WAY, if this was a NIW/E-2 ... mention that.
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Consult an immigration attorney regarding experience. Provide a copy of the E-2 and denial from USCIS / US consulate for review.
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