It’s experiences, like those through which Alla Eddine Janjary has been going through for the past 4 years, that inspire us. An immigrant from Morocco, Alla has been dealing with the USCIS as his visa works through untold bureaucracy. His wife and son are in the United States legally; even Alla had been working here, previously, legally, until his visa expired. Now uncertain of his future, he’s dealing with the confusion and complexity of the U.S. government and immigration process.
Worse, Alla’s story is not only common but minor relative to some who have been waiting decades. According to the 2010 US Visa Bulletin, one group of immigrants in particular, siblings of adult U.S. citizens from the Philippines, can expect to wait 23 years.
We’ll continue to provide the support and document translation that makes it as easy as possible to attain a visa; meanwhile, we hope to do more, we have to make the process easier for everyone involved. To that end, we’ve partnered with a company dealing with the legal challenges that exist throughout the immigration process; we’re working with VISANOW to expose the worst of the experiences immigrants have with U.S. immigration.
Today is the last day to enter! We want to hear from you here; this is an opportunity to tell your story, heck, to complain about the process. In exchange, you’ll have a chance to win a $100 Visa and a consultation with a VISANOW attorney.
Have you already dealt with U.S. Immigration? Are you going through the process now? Share your experience here and win!