Ms. Haihua (Amy) Gu is licensed to practice law before the Supreme Court of California, the United States District Court, Central District of California. Ms. Gu is also a member of the Los Angeles County Bar Association. Ms. Gu received her J.D. degree from Willamette University School of Law, Salem, Oregon, where she served as an editorial member of the Willamette Law Review. Ms. Gu received her bachelor’s degree from East China University of Politics & Law in Shanghai, China. Therefore, Ms. Gu has an intimate understanding of both American and Chinese business and legal systems.
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Visa and Immigration
The process of seeking admission to the United States for any lawful purpose can be confusing, complicated and, at times, overwhelming. Through a paradigm called “custom-tailored services,” We aim to smooth out the customer’s burden by diligently managing his or her case in a way that achieves the desired result in the least amount of time.
While USCIS visa and immigration application forms may seem like they are relatively benign ‘fill-in-the-blanks’ forms, the answers they require may well be determinative of the outcome of your case. A single wrong answer can cause your application to be denied. The cumulative experience of document preparers at our office and the care taken with each application is such that, as a customer, you will be given the best chance of a successful conclusion.
Most USCIS visa and immigration applications culminate in a consular interview. It is therefore extremely important that applicants be completely prepared for what to expect in the interview process. We will help you put aside the fear of facing consulate interviewers for the first time by making sure the entire process is fully explained.