E2 Work Visa Application Approved for the Holidays!

Dear, Mary,

I highly appreciate & thank you for all your hard work, and assistance you provided in putting together my E2 work Visa application.

Mary, thank you very much. I found the interview preparation the most valuable aspect of the whole process. It provided me with the confidence. Mary, I want to know that, whether, we can carry my house holds (goods) with us, after getting my family’s visas?

Now you can proceed for my family’s visa application & can you inform me about what documents are required from me? I am also attaching the copy of paper, which I have received from US Consulate. As you know that, I am going to USA on 13th Dec. and I will be back on 17 or 18th Jan 2011. I will see you, after I return.

I would also like to thank Mr. Michel Niren, for giving me the right information & clearing all doubts in the very first meeting. This had influenced me to work with you guys.

I also want to thank Mr. Fadi Minawi, for their efforts in filing my application & giving me advise,” to file individual application, once you get the visa, then we will put the file for your family.” It shows that, you care for the client’s money too & I also felt your services were worth every penny.

Once again, Thank you for your professional services, they were outstanding!

Happy holidays!

Best Regards.


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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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