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Miss Universe 2008 Dayana Mendoza on Way to Citizenship

Michael Wildes of Wildes & Weinberg P.C. is pleased to announce that Dayana Mendoza, Miss Universe® 2008, has been approved for a green card based on her extraordinary ability in the fashion arena. Wildes has been assisting Mendoza, born in Venezuela, in securing a green card to reside in the United States. Despite having traveled the world for the past eight years as a fashion model, Mendoza feels at home in the U.S. and believes there are many opportunities for her here. She will be studying at the New York Film Academy and plans on pursuing several avenues, including acting, small business ownership, and continued support of HIV/AIDS awareness.

What makes Dayana particularly special, states Wildes, is that “immigration approved the case in seven days based on our demonstration of her success.”

Michael Wildes is the managing partner of Wildes & Weinberg, P.C., a premier law firm established in 1960 specializing exclusively in the practice of U.S. immigration and nationality law. With offices in Manhattan and New Jersey, the firm has built a sterling reputation with a specialization in the fashion industry, serving esteemed clientele including the likes of Valentino, Bulgari, Gisele Bündchen and several Miss Universes, as well as other haute couture fashion houses, designers, textile manufacturers, distributors and retailers, all in their effort to secure top talent from abroad for temporary and permanent transfers to the United States.

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Michael Wildes and his team are highly professional and provide a great service in advising and facilitating application with USCIS. I'm very grateful to have worked with them for the second time ! Thank you very much for all your help !...

Xaver Kriechbaum

I am an Australian citizen initially wishing to travel to America for personal reasons however, after the establishment and incorporation of a business in America, I needed a working Visa. This required me to go from a B-1 visa to an E-3 Visa over a ...

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