Canadian gains Entry to the US on Humanitarian Parole

Humanitarian Parole allows Canadian entry to the US

Dear Sir,

I wish to express my deepest thanks for the tremendous work that your firm has performed in providing a means for my son Don to gain entry to the U.S. on a Parole Status.

The work of Katherine Yang has been outstanding and to my mind she has accomplished what had seemed to us to be the impossible.  Our U.S. Immigration attorney in Houston had made significant progress on Don’s immigration process, but they had been unable to overcome what seemed to be an insurmountable obstacle, that of having Don gain access to the U.S. while his file is in progress.

Unfortunately Don’s wife Rashida did not have the support of his presence throughout her pregnancy and birth of their son.  With Rashida unable to stay in Canada and Don unable to enter the U.S. the situation for these two young people was becoming extremely frustrating, straining the ability for them to build a strong lasting family life together.

Katherine has supported Don and Rashida and worked with them through her advice and recommendations and her ability to put together a case that was in the end strong enough to accomplish the goal.  We will forever be in her debt.  Together with the assistance of Alicia who has aided greatly in helping us put together the appropriate documentation, I just want to express again our appreciation to Katherine, Alicia and Niren and Associates.

I look forward to any additional help you can provide in bringing about a final status of Permanent Residency for Don.

Don D. Sr.

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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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