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Neuropsychology PhD from Portugal seeks EB-1 or EB-2 Visa

Published Mar 18,2019 By William D. Chapman

I am a California business litigation attorney but not immigration attorney. I have a client, Gilberto Pereira, who is from Portugal, living in the US (San Clemente, California), with his wife and three children on a student visa. He would like to apply for a permanent green card visa, possibly EB-1 or EB-2. Attached are his resume and related documents regarding his qualifications.

The following articles seem to support the proposition that there is a shortage of Alzheimer’s neurologists in the US:
Please let us know if you can help and, if so, what Mr. Pereira’s chances of success are and what you would charge for assisting him with his application and proceeding in this case. He does not want to pay an upfront fee without knowing his chances for success. If he can pay on a contingent fee basis, that would be his preference.Thanks.
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Tigran Kalaydzhyan
Tigran Kalaydzhyan
4 years ago

Hi William,

We do not represent our customers legally. Our services are information only and are not intended to be legal advice. The only services your client can purchase from us are available by the link below. We do not provide any guarantees and one should use our information at their own risk.
https://www.greencardforphd.com/purchase

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