L-1 Visa Application and renewal approved

L-1 Visa Application approved thanks to Niren and Associates

We selected Niren & Associates after careful research on our part and interviewing several lawyers at various law firms in the Greater Toronto area. We felt that we had a difficult case because of a past denial of admission to the U.S. and picked Mr. Fadi Minawi, Esq. and his legal assistant Ms. Danielle Grbic in particular to work on our case.

Mr. Minawi coached us through the process as to selecting the appropriate status under which to apply for and then guided us through the entire L-1 Visa application process and in conjunction with Ms. Grbic meticulously prepared the application and verified our own work and made numerous suggestions during that process.

Mr. Minawi prepared me for the interview process prior to going to US Customs. Even though I had a challenging case and my interview lasted well beyond business hours Mr. Minawi made a convincing case in writing as well as on the phone in speaking to the adjudicator while he was reviewing the application. In addition, I was given the opportunity to supply additional documents via fax from my accountant to the adjudicator. Finally, after several hours the L-1A status was granted that same evening.

A year later Mr. Minawi and Ms. Grbic again prepared my application for extension of the L1A status which was promptly and successfully obtained.

We recommend their services to anyone seeking status in the U.S. and we will continue to engage their services in the future.

We extend a heartfelt thank you to Mr. Minawi and Ms. Grbic for their professionalism, experience, dedication and meticulous work to provide us with the desired results.




Have a question about L-1 Visa Applications? Contact Niren and Associates immigration law firm today.

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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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