VICTORIES

TESTIMONIALS

  • Settled an Administrative Procedure Act lawsuit against the USCIS California Service Center over the incorrect denial of an O-1B petition for a hip-hop “beat writer.”  USCIS reopened and approved the O-1B petition.

  • Settled an Administrative Procedure Act lawsuit against the USCIS California Service Center over the incorrect denial of an O-1B petition for a rock band tour manager.  USCIS reopened and approved the O-1B petition.  

  • Settled an Administrative Procedure Act lawsuit against the USCIS Vermont Service Center over the incorrect denial of an H-1B petition for a Financial Analyst.  USCIS reopened and approved the H-1B petition.

  • Received an I-140 EB-2 National Interest Waiver (NIW) approval from the USCIS Texas Service Center for a client who works in higher education and in the field of website accessibility and design.  This NIW case was approved without USCIS issuing a Request for Evidence (RFE).  

  • Settled an H-1B/LCA investigation with the U.S. Department of Labor’s Wage & Hour Division for around 16% of the original demand.  This settlement was reached after approximately five to six (5-6) years of investigation, cooperation, and negotiation.

  • Settled a lawsuit against the U.S. Department of State and U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services resolving an approved I-130 petition that was incorrectly returned from a U.S. Embassy in Africa to the USCIS California Service Center for possible revocation.  The I-130 approval was reaffirmed and the petition forwarded back to the U.S. Embassy where the family-based immigrant visa was approved and issued.  

  • Received an N-600 approval after filing a lawsuit under the Administrative Procedure Act (APA) and Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) statutes, for a gentleman who came to the U.S. as a minor in the early 1960s and had been issued a green card, but was actually already a U.S. citizen by operation of law.  

  • Settled an Administrative Procedure and Writ of Mandamus Act lawsuit against the USCIS Vermont Service Center on behalf of a Special Immigrant Juvenile Status (SIJS) beneficiary who was facing an imminent court deadline.  

  • Settled an Administrative Procedure Act lawsuit against the USCIS California Service Center over the incorrect denial of an H-1B petition for a Credit Analyst.  USCIS reopened and approved the H-1B petition.

  • Settled an Administrative Procedure Act lawsuit against the USCIS California Service Center over the incorrect denial of an H-1B petition for an Electrical Engineer.  USCIS reopened and approved the H-1B petition.  

  • Settled an Administrative Procedure Act lawsuit against the USCIS California Service Center over the incorrect denial of an H-1B petition for a Product (Web) Designer.  USCIS reopened and approved the H-1B petition.  

  • Settled an EB-5 and I-485 related lawsuit against the USCIS where the beneficiaries of the EB-5 investor saw their I-485 applications incorrectly denied.  One of the EB-5 beneficiaries had “aged-out” so we had to get USCIS to reopen and approve the original I-485 applications.  USCIS agreed to do so at the end of our federal court litigation.  

  • Succeeded in a request to U.S. Customs and Border Protection to rescind an expedited removal order and related findings on behalf of an executive who had been incorrectly detained in “secondary inspection” and refused entry into the U.S.  After the expedited removal order was rescinded and the traveler’s record was updated, he was admitted by the same CBP staff at the same port of entry.  

  • Settled a lawsuit against the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services regarding incorrect findings of fraud and material misrepresentations made against several H-1B employees based on an investigation of their H-1B sponsor.  As part of the settlement, the 212(a)(6)(C)(i) findings were cleared and one of the individuals received an H4 visa after her inadmissibility was removed.  

  • Succeeded in getting a criminal inadmissibility finding removed from the DHS/U.S. Consular records of an executive who had lived and worked in Indonesia.  The U.S. Department of State and DHS eventually agreed to remove the finding of inadmissibility against this person after a “red corner” notice from Interpol was removed.  

"I learnt this week that USCIS settled by approving my underlying EB1A petition and I am very thankful to you for taking on my case. I was shell shocked after getting a denial in April but A.I. mentioned about you and the APA suit, giving me some hope. The rest was magical, considering that I had been denied twice for EB1 applications in 2018, 2019 and for a third time in 2021, until you came into the picture!" - Client R.G.

"It's really been a pleasure. Thank you very much for the outstanding work Brian, you totally turned this case around." (EB-1A petition reopened and approved after a lawsuit was filed and an additional Request for Evidence was satisfied.)  Client Q.Z.

"Thank you Prashant (Dubey) and Brian (Green) so much for the successful litigation on my H4 EAD. 2020 was a tough year for me as my job was negatively impacted by pending H4, I believe a lot of people like me suffered or still are suffering from this. Thanks for your help, my EAD was approved faster than I expected after the litigation was filed. I can't express my appreciation for your efforts on my H4 EAD litigation. 

My H4 and EAD were approved on the last day of 2020 and it's the best gift for our family to look forward to 2021. I feel so lucky to meet great attorneys like you and Brian. Your help means a lot to me and my family."  Client Y.Q.
 

"Brian is amazing to work with! He truly cares about his clients and that shows in the meticulousness of his work. After 2 years, of trying to work with USCIS and the U.S. Embassy in Ethiopia, having so many challenges to get a straightforward answer to any question, and almost giving up, Brian gave my father and I hope when he agreed to take our case. He took his time to listen to our concerns and explain to us the risk/rewards and recommended the best course of action for our situation. He filed on our behalf a complaint for writ of mandamus, so that USCIS takes a decision on my sister’s I-130 petition. Throughout the process he kept us informed of any new developments and constantly followed up on the case status. In just three months or so of working with him, my father and I were able to finally get USCIS’ re-affirmation of the I-130 approval for my sister’s petition. My father and I were relieved! Soon after my sister was called for her interview and a couple of months later, she finally came to the U.S.  Today, my sister has adjusted well, enjoying her new high school, her new friends, embracing life and positively looking forward.  This was all possible because of Brian!!"  Client A.T.B.

"Brian is a Rockstar attorney.  He helped me in my extremely complex H1b matter when I was stuck at the New Delhi embassy.  He will be my attorney for my citizenship application.  A must hire for all things immigration."  Client N.D.

"Brian (Mr. Green) worked diligently, persevering through all obstacles using innovative strategies to reach our goals.  His work is founded in ethical value, inherent compassion combined with analytical and logistical reason.  He made himself accessible to our family and provided clear, consistent and accurate communication."  Client S.J.

“I came to Brian’s office a stranger.  He listened, he was patient, and he explained my options and most importantly, he cared. I left a client.  The best steps to resolve my issue was to walk in his office.  He goes above and beyond to get your problem solved.”  Client M.T.

"We had a wonderful experience with our Immigration lawyer Brian Green for our EB-5 case.  Brian Green was very confident with our case, though it was complicated one.  I had lost my husband and unfortunately, USCIS cancelled mine and my daughter’s Green Card. It was only due to Brian’s perseverance that we got our Green Card reinstated.  His diligence, patience and commitment throughout the process were as remarkable as his willingness to provide clarifications in depth." – Client S.B.

“As a former federal prosecutor, I have handled hundreds of cases in federal court.  When it comes to those cases with immigration issues, Brian Green is the first call I make.  Brian knows immigration law and consistently develops strategies that benefit the clients.  His attention to detail ensures that our clients get the best results possible.  Brian is also a terrific guy.” – Co-Counsel S.H.L.

“Brian Green and his firm were instrumental in assisting our law firm with a lawsuit against the Department of Homeland Security. This case dealt with a wrongful determination of a visa refusal and Mr. Green's office assisted with the filing of the complaint and subsequent motions in federal court under the Administrative Procedures Act (APA), all within tight time constraints. We were impressed by Brian's positive attitude, utmost professionalism, and exemplary work from start to finish in this matter. I would highly recommend Brian and his team for any immigration related litigation work, and look forward to working with him again in the future.” – Co-Counsel M.B.D.

“Co-counseling with Brian is an extremely easy process. He is super responsive. More importantly, he’s also an incredibly patient teacher of the federal litigation process. If you’ve been wanting to litigate unjust EB denials, Brian is the guy to co-counsel with!” – Co-Counsel R.M.

“Brian was a great partner to assist with my H-1B RFE response. He's easy to work with and collaborated with me to make sure his work product would fit with my firm's needs. He displays a deep knowledge of the nuances of immigration law which can only be obtained through years of practice, and yet he's open to feedback and suggestions. Working with Brian felt like working with a more knowledgeable version of myself and ultimately led to the approval of our H-1B application. I would gladly work with him again and am grateful to have him as a partner.” – Co-Counsel J.C.