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Taking too long to get the work permit?


The American Immigration Council, along with several co-counsel, has filed a class action lawsuit challenging USCIS’s failure to timely adjudicate applications for employment authorization documents (EADs) and to issue interim employment authorization.

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  1. I need considerably more information in order to let you know what can or cannot be done. In order to receive a detailed consultation, you can call 562-495-0554 or you can book the appointment at the following website:

    http://www.blerner.checkappointments.com

    There are several different types of other consultations you can receive. Once you book the appointment, you will soon be receiving a detailed and expert analysis of your situation and what I can do to help you. Should you decide to retain my firm, the cost of the consultation will be deducted from the attorney fees.

    I am looking forward to helping you in the future and giving you the detailed consultation.

    Regards,

    Brian D. Lerner
    Attorney at Law
    Certified Specialist in Immigration and Nationality Law

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  2. Atty. Lerner may I please know how long it would possibly take me, an applicant for the newly released guidelines for Beneficiaries of the FWVP( Filveterans Wotld Wsr II Visa Parole), to get a Work Permit upon my arrival in the U.S.? We beneficiaries are allowed a work permit.Thank you.

    Lilli Melrose P. Camara

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