Free Appeal Guarantee © for J1 Waiver Cases
We know what you are facing…
For many of you this is a stressful process. This may be the first time that you have hired a lawyer. I would like to take some of the stress out of retaining an attorney by offering our Free Appeal Guarantee(c). After we review the details of your case and our firm determines that you have a solid J1 waiver case, you will receive the Free Appeal Guarantee©.
Free Appeal Guarantee© for J1 waiver cases
If your case is denied our firm will either refile your case or appeal the decision. This service is valued at $4500. Why am I willing to take on this risk? It is quite simple-our firm’s track record of success allows me to offer you this guarantee that is unheard of for J1 waiver cases.(*)
Our free appeal guarantee© does not apply if:
- Petitioner or Beneficiary misrepresented any facts or information to our firm or USCIS;
- Beneficiary has a criminal record;
- client does not provide the documentation that we recommend or that USCIS requests for the application;
- client does not provide the documents requested within six months of retaining the attorney.
Additionally for J1 Conrad 30 waivers the guarantee does not apply if: the state health department has issued all 30 recommendations prior to filing, and flex 10 spot applications and specialist applications.
(*)The free appeal guarantee and our prior success rate is not a prediction regarding the outcome of your legal matter.
There are J1 hardship waiver cases where it is hard to determine whether you have enough extreme hardship factors upon filing. In these situations you will receive a $1000 credit towards filing any other case type. For instance, if you only have financial hardship but you would like to file the waiver, you could apply the $1000 credit towards a J1 Conrad 30 case (if you are eligible for this case) if your case is not approved.
If you meet the above requirements for the Free Appeal Guarantee (c) you will also have the option of refiling/appealing your case or taking advantage of the $1000 credit towards another case type.