Pak and his wife have been married for 13 years and have 3 boys. They are originally from Ghana and own a successful and well known car rental and chauffeur business there. The tough economical conditions in Ghana combined with the lack of special needs educational services and support needed for two of their children in their home country made them decide to move to the United States.
They initially contacted three immigration attorneys in the Atlanta area who were recommended by family members and friends. However, they couldn't assist with their immigration challenges. As a result this caused a lot of money and time wasted with the wrong attorneys. A bad strategy by one of the attorneys led to a rejection of an H-1B visa application that they presented to the U.S. authorities.
Before losing all hope, they reached out to Karen Weinstock after reading great reviews about her on the internet. They say they were impressed with Karen after their very first meeting. She was very professional and quickly identified the best option and approach to resolving their immigration challenges, which resulted in securing a L-1A visa for Pak.
Thanks to this L-1 Visa, Pak was able to start running a great daycare business in Stone Mountain, Good Foundation Academy for the Gifted Children. They believe in the uniqueness of every child and the importance of encouraging their talents. Both he and his family are now settled and happy and he is in the process of negotiating on securing a second business here in Atlanta as an investor. Their 3 boys are well adjusted and are able to get the special need education and support they need for their development and Pak's wife, who has degrees in law and MBA can now get a job with her status as an L-2 work authorization.