Dear Ms Duvall,
My wife and I are fighting for a visa for my father-in-law who is a Russian citizen that is currently living with us in the USA. We applied for a I-485, however, due to the lack of the government long form birth certificate, we were denied.
As you know as an Immigration specialist, we have 33 days to get the birth certificate to request a motion. We already applied thorough the Russian Consulate in New York, but due to Corona virus and systemic slowness with the Russian system we fear that the form will take months to be sent to us.
We kindly ask if you have the means and ability to expedite the process. My father-in-law is from Moscow.
If you have the ability we have the resources to pay for your services but please understand that time is of the essence.
Thank you for your time and feel free to call or your associates to call myself.
Much heartfelt gratitude for your time.
Yes, I can help you, and can help you quick.
Please provide me a copy of birth certificate of your father-in-law, if you have.
If you don't have a copy, please provide me detail information which contained in his BC.
I will contact with ZAGS right away.
Please provide me a copy of his passport to prepare a power of attorney.
According to the fee. In another time, without pandemic and time limitation, I could be offered to you normal price.
In today's reality, it more complicated, more expensive, and we have to act quick. If not, what is your budget?
I am looking forward to work with you.