E2 Visa approved for 5 years

Hello Fadi:

 I just wanted to send a note of thanks to you for the wonderful guidance you have provided since our first meeting in August 2011. As you are aware Gail and myself have been approved for a five year – E-2 visa and will be moving to Tennessee in approx. 1 month time. We couldn’t have been more pleased with the results.

 After looking at what went into this “project”, I cannot imagine anyone looking to immigrate to the U.S. not hiring your firm to represent them. These are sometimes very stressful and major life altering decisions being made and your expertise and guidance was (and is) very much appreciated. The forms, paperwork and process is so complex, the average layman would be forever lost in trying the immigration procedure without your assistance.

 Knowing I could pick up the phone, or e mail your office, I always received a courteous, prompt, and factual reply and sometimes a calming chat. For that thank you.

 Laura Eaton has been working very closely with us from the beginning and was always quick to call me with updates or replies to any questions we may have had and was very passionate to our cause.

 I realize that some questions may have been somewhat irrelevant, however as is human nature, fear of the unknown takes priority and can cause undue stress. Laura was also a great “partner” to us in resolving these issues. Niren & Associates is very privileged to have such a person as Laura Eaton in their company.

 I will keep in touch with you and Laura from time to time from the U.S. and wish you both continued success in your future endeavors.


 Steve Vella

GVS Foodservice Sales Inc.

Michael Niren

About Michael Niren

Michael is a graduate of Osgoode Hall Law School in Toronto. He is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada, the Canadian Bar Association’s Citizenship and Immigration Section and the Associate Member of the American Bar Association. Read more

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