Whether nonimmigrants or immigrants, the majority of foreign nationals seeking authorized status in the United States will at some time apply for a visa at a United States consular post abroad. Correct analysis and preparation of a visa application has become increasingly important in the post 9/11 era of enhanced applicant scrutiny and security clearances. And visa applications involve historical data relating to residence, employment, and other aspects of personal histories, all with potential impact on visa eligibility for a desired status at the time of application and for an authorized status in the United States in the future. U.S. consular posts can deny visa applications for reasons which may appear to be minor. Some grounds can be overcome; some cannot. It is best that a visa application be made only after a thorough analysis of an applicant’s personal history, including his or her history of other U.S. visas, admission to the U.S., and periods of stay in the U.S.
Rabinowitz & Rabinowitz, P.C. is highly skilled in analyzing current and historical information and in preparing visa applications; and in properly evaluating and assembling the supporting documentation for visa applications, whether for a temporary visa or an immigrant visa, with the goal of the smoothest and shortest path to visa approval.
At Rabinowitz & Rabinowitz, P.C., we take pride in comprehensively preparing each visa application and use our years of experience to make your visa application a much easier process with the greatest likelihood of success. Please give us a call and let us know how we may be of service to you.