FAQ

Common questions

1. When was D4U founded and what services are offered?

D4U was created in 2015 after its founder Wagner Pontes had difficulties in getting quality immigration advice in the case itself here in the USA. He, as a businessman, saw a gap in the market and invested in order to have the best immigration advice.

2. How many D4U customers have already been approved?

D4U today, July 2022, has more than 8 thousand beneficiaries in immigration claims.

3. Why is D4U specialized in only a few immigration claims and its flagship is the EB2-NIW?

There are over 180 types of visas and the board's decision was to be experts in what we do. So, we chose EB2-NIW as our flagship, but we applied other visas such as L1, EB5, E2 and Family Based.

4. What is D4U's approval rating?

Currently (July/2022), the approval rate is 99% - in cases of denied visa where reapplication occurred, the approval rate is 100%.

5. How does the free green card trial work?

The professional must forward his/her complete resume, with detailed dates, to the legal sector through the email: [email protected] – after 48 hours, the candidate will receive the evaluation in a return email.

6. If EB2-NIW is denied, does D4U reapply at no cost?

Yes, the D4U contract contains the reapplication clause in case of denial.

7. Does the D4U process cost include the RFE and NOID response?

Yes, in the investment made, the customer does not need to worry about the cost of an RFE/NOID.

8. Can I go to D4U's offices in person?

Of course, currently D4U has five units – two in the US (Florida) and three in Brazil (São Paulo, Goiânia and João Pessoa).

9. Does European passport help to get a visa or green card?

No, only some passports (from countries that have a trade treaty with the US) will be able to apply for the E2 investment visa, but this visa does not lead to the Green Card.

10. What is the agency that analyzes and monitors immigration in the USA?

USCIS - United States Citizenship and Immigration Services is the government agency responsible for immigration. All immigration claims are directed to him. Whether applying in American territory or abroad.

11. What is an immigration visa and a non-immigration visa?

An immigration visa leads you to the Green Card, a good example is the EB2-NIW which, when approved, you already have the right to apply for it. A non-immigration visa, such as the L1, is a temporary visa that can be renewed, but does not grant a Green Card.

12. What is the consular process?

Consular process is when you start your process outside the US and may also be outside your home country.

13. What is status adjustment?

A change of status is when a person is in the United States on one type of visa and applies for a change to another visa. This new visa will, in fact, be a new immigration “status”. She will not have a visa printed in her passport, she has temporarily, while on American soil, the status of this new visa.

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D4U is not a law firm and does not practice law in the State Of Florida. This means that some services/protections, like the attorney-client privilege, may be different from those you could get from a law firm. If you have questions, please contact us at [email protected].