Law Office of Thomas V. Allen successfully challenged an H-1B denial.

June 4, 2020
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Law Office of Thomas V. Allen has filed a lawsuit challenging the H-1B denial for Specialty Occupation and Employer-Employee relationship for our client. Within 90 days of filing the case, USCIS approved the denied petition for the entire requested validity period. Congratulations, Mika B. Kozar, Esq. and the team!!!

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