■■■■■The Annulment of a Case and Applications for the Renewal of an American Visa. Many people who have been involved in cases of fraud or have accused of having given false information in their visa application forms, or of having committed minor crimes or infractions in the U.S., and even those who have once been deported and have had their visas revoked, have the mistaken idea that they can simply go to the U.S. Consulate and ask for a pardon. Many others spend hours searching the Internet through Google and trying to find a solution to their problems. Others dress very elegantly and go to the U.S. Consulate to demand that they be granted a pardon “because many years have passed and the case has been closed”, and furthermore, they have relatives in the U.S. who are waiting for them to have a family reunion. Many others, as they are sure that the pardon will be granted, apply for a “family visa”, and are applying for visas, for the first time, for their spouses and their children, even for the domestic servant who will travel with them to take care of the children while they are there.
Glenn R. Morales, Attorney at Law. Washington D.C. 1964. Senior Loyola 1982. Attorney at Law 1990, Santa Maria College, School of Law, Venezuela, American Bar Association. U.S....
Glenn R. Morales, Attorney at Law 1990. Washington D.C. 1964. Senior Loyola 1982. American Bar Association. U.S. Federal Administrative Practice of Consular Processing and Immigration Law since 1991 and Former Member of the International Trademark Association.- INTA- New York , New York.
Glenn R. Morales is based in Caracas city and Hollywood, Florida, USA and works with Disney D. Thompson, Attorney at Law at Disney D. Thompson P.A. in Miami and Hollywood, Florida, U.S.A., providing legal assistance U.S.A.- Venezuela – Colombia since 1991. A U.S. Law Firm engaged in Consular Processing and Immigration Law.
U.S. Citizen by birth and Attorney at Law with legal capacity on U.S. Federal Administrative Practice Of Consular Processing And Immigration Law upon U.S. Supreme Court, Sperry V. Florida 373 U.S. 379 (1963) , respecting the U.S. Immigration Consultant Fraud, Laws and Resources, the rules of Law established at the U.S. National Consumer Law Center, attending the U.S. Immigrant Legal Resource Center and the Immigration Fraud Prevention Acts , not disbarred (8 C.F.R. § 292.3 practice - professional conduct for practitioners, Rules, Procedures, Representation, and Appearances), and his law practice is under the U.S. Immigration and Nationality Act , American Bar Association and the Code of Federal Regulations criteria considering that the Department of Justice and the State Department have stated rules to protect the public, preserve the integrity of the U.S. immigration system, the Law, regulations and interpretations that specifies how to maintain high professional standards.
Glenn is actively collaborate and communicate with CAVO, Congens, Supervisors, Deputy Chiefs and Conoffs in/out the1 visa line.
Glenn states his consular opinions confidently but listen to others’ openly and accepts consular and Departments ‘decisions. Glenn respects the work of those seasoned and junior Conoffs in tour and of who are not consular processing attorneys. Glenn is respectful of Conoffs -CAVO even when he disagrees consular and Departments´decisions.
Former Attorney at Law for various Diplomatic Missions under provisions of the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic and Consular Relations Act.
Interpretation and application of international agreements, law and statutes pertaining scientific- technological affairs, technology transfer and intellectual property rights (Trademarks, Patents, Copyright Law).
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