I-140 approved on appeal for prospective employee of small firm

Employer: One of our green cards for a senior consultant got denied. My employee discussed the case with several attorneys but trusted Anu to handle the matter. She knew exactly what to put in the appeal and the green card was approved.

Employee: The CIS denied my green card I-140 stating the employer did not have the ability to pay because the employer could not provide financial information after the date of filing. The date of filing was in February in the year. We did not have anything other than pay stubs. Tax returns were not even filed because the year had not ended. Along with that was also the fact that I had left the company and worked elsewhere while the green card was pending. After talking with many attorneys and browsing forums online, I decided to go with Anu to file my appeal. Anu was right, and my case was approved.  Anu’s tenacity and creative thinking are exactly what I needed.


Attorney’s note: A small technology company filed a green card for a senior consultant. While the case was pending, the employee joined the client as a full time employee for a short term assignment. The CIS responded by denying the case since the company could no longer prove “Ability to Pay.” After reviewing the company’s financials for several years – and going over their current client lists, contracts and several other financial factors – we were able to have the I-140 approved on appeal.


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