Scott Legal, P.c. had another E-2 visa approval at the U.S. Consulate in Paris. The visa was approved for 5 years. The applicant purchased a Coffee Shop. Our client was thrilled and wrote the following review:
Thank you Ian for your help in the final process of our E2 visa application. You were a life saver! I actually started the visa application with another lawyer but I realized all the flaws in my application very late in the process. I started to worry a lot. Some friends told me about Ian Scott. I contacted him and he is the best thing that happened to me, apart from getting approved for my visa of course! Ian was immediately attentive et paid close attention to our case. He cared, one thing I was not used to…He took my case over, reassured me, rearranged whatever could be done in a very short time (we had a week to be prepared before the interview). It is not easy to take over another lawyer’s work, but Ian accepted to do it, with great success. He reassured me, and spent time answering all my questions and worries. We were pressed for time, he even took time to talk to me on the week-end before the interview (which was on a Monday). He took time to talk to me and go over the final details for the interview, even though we were Sunday! He made himself very available and easy to talk to. I was impressed by his professionalism and ethic. I would definitely recommend Ian! Thank you again.
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Ian E. Scott, Esq. is the Founder of Scott Legal, P.C. He can be reached at 212-223-2964 or by email at email@example.com.
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