All client testimonials are written by my former clients who you may request to contact and speak with, depending upon their personal schedules and preferences.
When I decided to bring my Philippine fiance to the United States I originally thought that I could handle all the immigration paper work and process my self. After spending several hours downloading all the forms and their instructions as well as using an entire ream of paper, I realized this was going to be a very daunting process. So I began an online search for an immigration lawyer. I wanted one with offices in Los Angeles where I live and made several calls before finally settling on Michael Cho. Most of my contact with him was via email but he always responded to my queries and answered my questions. He sent all the required forms for both myself and my fiance to us in PDF type format and they were very easy for both of us to fill out online. After submission, the forms were always available online for both of us the make copies for our records and interviews. His data collection and advice were very timely and thorough.
When it was time for me to go to the Philippines for the interview at the U.S. Embassy in Manila, Mr. Cho coordinated an online mock interview for both me and my fiance. Considering the 16 hour time difference, this was no easy feat but it went rather well and both I and my fiance felt reasonably assured that we were well prepared. As it turned out, we were so well prepared, immigration officials from both countries looked at our paper work, stamped it and only asked one or two questions. It did help that we had created a binder with all the required forms and had everything tabbed and labeled so we could quickly find information.
Once in the United States and married, we continued to used Mr. Cho to apply for change of status, work permits, alien registration and Social Security Cards. I also decided to pay for everything in advance, to include the Naturalization process. Everything arrived within a reasonable amount of time and my wife is now a U.S. Citizen. The entire process, to include naturalization, took less than four years from start to finish. There was only one glitch but it was easily handled before my wife’s citizenship ceremony. The road to U.S. Citizenship was another round of paper work and interviews but with Mr. Cho’s advice and guidance, it was completed in a timely manner. I highly recommend him.
By Henri G. from Los Angeles, CA