SUCCESS STORIES: Multiple-Entry Visa Granted for Filipino Citizen with Previous Visa Denials

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Our client, a Filipino citizen with previous multiple visa denials before retaining our services, was recently granted a 10-year multiple-entry B1/B2 Visitor Visa at the U.S. Embassy in Manila.

In most cases, you can apply for a U.S. visa without the help of an attorney. However, if you have previous visa denials or other immigration issues, we recommend that you seek the help of an immigration attorney, to help make sure that your case is presented in the best possible light and get you closer to a visa approval. 

Please contact us for a consultation if you are planning to travel to the United States for work or for pleasure so we can help you prepare the most appropriate immigration strategy for your case. Follow us on InstagramTwitterFacebookLinkedIn and Tumblr, for up-to-date immigration news. Please note that past results do not guarantee future outcomes. 


Rasoulpour Torregoza is the law firm for immigrants, by immigrants. We are founded on the motto of LegalEase: we do away with the legal jargon and make law easy to understand, so you can focus on what’s important to you – going for your American Dream.
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