Immigration is the international movement of people to a destination country of which they are not natives or where they do not possess citizenship in order to settle as permanent residents or naturalized citizens. Immigration law refers to the rules established by the government for determining who is allowed to enter the country and for how long.
We work closely with our practices in the US on immigration and work permit matters, as well as on secondment issues for US and UK employers and employees. Clients opening branch offices in Bangladesh regularly instruct us for advice and assistance on setting up their HR functions. The head of chambers is an enlisted lawyer of the U.S. Embassy and the Australian High Commission in Dhaka.
Rashel’s Law Desk—A Full-Service Law Firm provides legal support regarding this matter with a high success record. Our expert team has been working on immigration in good faith.
OUR IMMIGRATION RELATED SERVICES
- Visitor Visa
- Administrative Processing/Visa Pending Case Settlement Support
- Special Visa for Green Card Holders of USA staying in Bangladesh for More than 1 Year
- Student Visa
- Business Visa
- Treatment Visa
- Work Visa/Artists & Entertainment Group Visa
- Investment Visa
- Family-based Visa & Green Card
- Adopted Child Visa & Green Card
- Employment & Investment-based Visas & Green Cards
- Green Card Renewal & Replacement
- Re-Entry Permit/Advance Parole
- Visa Refusal Review/Appeal
Rashel’s Law Desk represents individuals in the U.S. Embassy, Dhaka, Bangladesh, and the U.S. Administrative, Federal, and Judicial Department on unusual visa matters; visa refusals; visa revocations; problems; difficulties; and complications.
Our Visa Success Profile – Client’s Review
Approval of U.S. Visa refused/pending u/s 221 (g) “Administrative Processing”
“I am a Bangladeshi native, born in Singair, Manikganj, and Dhaka, Bangladesh. I was the beneficiary/brother of a U.S. citizen. After interview my F4 Immigrant Visa application was denied under section 221(g) stating “Administrative Processing” and remained pending close to 6 months. I then retained Barrister Rashel Siddiqui, a well-renowned U.S. Immigration Lawyer in Dhaka, and within a couple of weeks, my family received immigrant visas and were reunited with my sibling in the U.S. Barrister Siddiqui is extremely knowledgeable about immigration law and visa processing. I have referred many relatives and friends to Mr. Siqqidui. He is friendly and easy to work with, and clients see results quickly when he is retained.”
Review approval of U.S. B1/B2 Visit Visa Refusal
“I am a Bangladeshi native, born in Dhaka, Bangladesh. I am a businessman from Dhaka, Bangladesh. I visited 3 times in the U.S. under a B1/B2 (Visit) Visa, and during my last visit, I stayed more than 2 months but less than 3 months. When I applied to receive a new visa, the consular officer adjudicated and refused my visa application and said my case was refused for the administrative process. I didn’t know what to do, then I found out about Barrister Rashel Siddiqui, an immigration lawyer in Dhaka.
Then I appointed Mr. Siddiqui as my immigration lawyer. Mr. Siddiqui prepared documentation evidencing my professional, social, financial, and family ties in Bangladesh and then submitted a formal review application quoting the point of immigration law and reminding the U.S. Embassy, Dhaka that I did not overstay and I have an excellent travel track record. The U.S. Embassy, Dhaka apologized for its misunderstanding and erroneous findings. The Embassy welcomed me to re-apply for a visa. Finally, me, my wife, and my child received new B1/B2 five-year multi-entry visas. Thank you very much, Mr. Siddiqui. May God bless you and with great success.”
The applicant applied to a US university for his Master’s degree. The US University accepted his application and gave him an offer letter, and the class will start on September 6, 2022. He applies to the US Embassy in Bangladesh for a visa interview. But the US Embassy in Bangladesh gave an appointment date of December 2, 2023 for a visa interview. Then, after he found out about Barrister Rashel Siddiqui, an immigration lawyer in Dhaka, he appointed. The US Embassy then changed its old visa interview date and gave a new interview date on May 20, 2022, and he got a student visa.
The applicant is the beneficiary/brother of a U.S. citizen. After the interview, his F4 Immigrant Visa application was denied under section 221(g) stating Administrative Processing/ Additional Processing and remained pending for more than 3 years. The applicant was appointed Rashel’s Law Desk, and within a month, he received his visa and was reunited with his sibling in the US.
The applicant is the beneficiary spouse of a U.S. citizen. After the interview, his IR-1 Immigrant Visa application was denied under section 221(g) stating Administrative Processing and remained pending for more than 8 months. The applicant was appointed Rashel’s Law Desk, and within a month, he received his IR-1 Immigrant visa and was reunited with his wife in the US.
The applicant was denied an F-2 visa on three occasions. He sought to join his student wife in the United States. Because such visa refusals are supposed to be “rare” and warranted only when there is a difference in circumstances between the spouses, we challenged these denials. The applicant was called in for another interview and issued the F-2 visa, and he joined his wife in the US.
The applicant had been denied a B-2 visa 3 times under Section 214(b). Unfortunately, he had not been honest in his previous applications about the fact that his sister was located in the U.S. He contacted us, and we brought him “out of the shadows”, helping him to “come clean” with the U.S. Embassy in Dhaka, Bangladesh. We prepared a new application evidencing the bona fides of his business in Bangladesh and his stable family and economic situation there. After extensive review, the Embassy issued him a visa.
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