Do you plan to file an application or Petition with the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS)? Has your application or petition for an Immigration benefit recently been denied?
Has an Immigration Court issued an adverse ruling in your matter? Have monies been seized from you at any US airport or border post by US Customs and Border Protection (CBP), for an alleged contravention of the nation's currency laws?
Did your plans change while you are in the US, and you now wish to extend or change your Nonimmigrant visa/status?
The Akeem Soboyede Immigration Law Office can help. We'll assist you to timely appeal an adverse ruling of the Immigration Judge in your case, or an unfavorable decision on your application or petition issued by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). We help with timely filing Motions to Reopen and/or Reconsider when and where appropriate. But you have to act fast: there are usually strict deadlines involved in filing an appeal or motion after initial denial by an agency or adverse ruling by the Immigration Court. We have successfully assisted clients obtain asylum (Defensive) after proceedings in US Immigration Court. We also effectively represent affirmative asylum clients in all states of the US.
We can also assist you file important applications and petitions, especially waiver applications such as the I 212 waiver applications, the I 601 and the I 601 A waivers, among others, no matter your location in the US. We recently assisted a Client obtain approval of an I 601 A waiver application.
You should equally contact us if the USCIS has unduly delayed issuing a decision on your application or petition pending before the agency.
Please contact us as soon as possible if the CBP seized your money or other valuable at any US airport or border post, especially if you were entering or had been in the US on a Visitor's visa when the seizure occurred. We can assist you with the matter even when you are outside the US. We have successfully assisted persons in a similar situation, notwithstanding your location or current residence in the US, or the US point of entry / exit where the seizure occurred. But act fast and contact our Office, so you do not suffer a Forfeiture of your hard-earned money.
If your plans change while you are here in the US, contact us so we can help you with extending or even changing your Nonimmigrant visa/status. We have successfully assisted others with the same matter throughout the US.
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COLLEGE PARK, MARYLAND OFFICE
Akeem A. Soboyede, Esq.
Soboyede Law Office (Immigration Attorney)
7305 Baltimore Avenue, Suite 103
College Park, Maryland 20740