Our firm handles cases for individuals and employers that involve complex issues at the consular stage — that is when a foreign national applies for a temporary or permanent visa at a U.S. embassy or consulate abroad. We represent and advocate for clients before the U.S. consulates abroad regarding inadmissibility issues related to terrorism, drug trafficking and money laundering, among other grounds.
Our immigration attorneys routinely unravel opaque visa denials to determine whether any grounds of inadmissibility legitimately apply to our clients. We have decades of experience contesting wrongful visa denials, applying for waivers of inadmissibility, and challenging lengthy administrative processing delays. Our attorneys tackle the most intractable immigration quandaries and regularly succeed in resolving these matters.
To speak with an immigration attorney about consular processing contact Grossman Young & Hammond.