Letter From Army Sergeant Revisited
Immigration Daily's July 19, 2006 issue featured the immigration bureaucratic tangle suffered by US Army Sergeant Ubau in his efforts to resolve his wife's immigration status. We are pleased to report that Sergeant Ubau's wife has been granted a I-601 waiver. Kudos to pro bono Attorney Sufen Hilf for her efforts.
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Sergeant Ubau's case has been commented by attorneys and by Immigration Daily around July or August 2006. This is an update of his case. The DHS office in U.S. Embassy in Nicaraga has approved the I-601 waiver in a timely manner and his wife will be (is) in the U.S. I have provided probono service to Sergeant Ubau.
Sufen Hilf, Esq., Hilf & Hilf, PLC
Editor's note: please see related Comment above.
Responding to S.Salike's letter (10/03/06 ID) I quite agree with his letter's views on missing the write up of Ali Alexander on immigration matters. I hardly go through the letters when Ali's letters are not there. Kindly get in touch with him. We are missing him greatly.
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