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Success Story by Gehi & Associates

One year ago, Gehi & Associates took on the case of a resilient 67-year-old Yemeni national who had been a permanent resident of the United States for 27 years. Having faced previous setbacks in his pursuit of U.S. citizenship due to a series of minor criminal offenses, our client turned to us for help.

Undeterred by the challenges, our dedicated team began working on the case immediately. We initiated Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests to gather comprehensive information about the client’s immigration history and criminal record. We meticulously reviewed the key issues that led to his denial of his previous naturalization application.

Armed with a thorough understanding of the case, we crafted a detailed N336 appeal to challenge the decision. Our seasoned attorney represented the client at the N336 hearing, presenting a compelling case for reconsideration. Through strategic advocacy and legal experience, we convinced the authorities to grant a naturalization interview for our client.

Our team continued to provide unwavering support and representation at the naturalization interview. The result was a resounding success – our client received the green light to proceed with the final steps towards U.S. citizenship. The news of his scheduled oath ceremony filled him with joy and gratitude.

Today, we are delighted to announce that after a long and challenging journey, our client is set to become a United States citizen. His unwavering determination and the right legal representation from Gehi & Associates have triumphed over adversity. We celebrate this success as a testament to our commitment to justice and the fulfillment of the American dream for individuals from all walks of life. Congratulations to our client on this momentous achievement.


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