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Listed below are examples of success stories we've had with clients.


EB-2 Approval  |  Market Analyst

Our client, an e-commerce company, has had a long-term partnership with Anderson's team for handling H1B work visas and EB2/3 immigrant green cards involving foreign employees. Upon receiving the assignment, we initiated an EB2 petition for one of the client's foreign employees, who held a market analyst position. Working closely with the client, our attorney team conducted meticulous legal research, drafted the petition documents, and filed a prevailing wage determination application with the U.S. Department of Labor, which was successfully approved. Following that, our team guided the client through advertising the job, organizing hiring documentation, and filing the Labor Certification/PERM application with the DOL based on this groundwork. The team's work was impeccable, and after one year and one month of waiting, the DOL approved the PERM application without any questions. Looking ahead, the client can file the I-140 petition within 180 days. This marks the completion of the first of three critical steps in the foreign employee's EB2 Green Card application. The client has expressed high satisfaction and appreciation for the professional legal services provided by Anderson's team!


E-3 Approval

D, an Australian citizen, applied for E-3 nonimmigrant worker status to work as President in a non-profit organization. Although he previously held an E-3 visa, it had expired. We assisted him in preparing the necessary documents, finding the appropriate occupation title, and reviewing the DS-160 for his family members. Following a successful interview, he eventually obtained the visa.


EB-2 Green Card  |  Music Director

Mr. S was a long-time H-1B holder who worked as a Music Director in Missouri. He started the Green Card process in 2021. The PWD was determined, and the PERM was certified without an audit. We were able to file the I-140 and the I-485 together because the priority date was current for his country of origin. They received their EAD first, which would have allowed them to travel. The Green Cards came right after, without an interview. Both he and his wife are now lawful permanent residents.

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