citizen.pinoy.no.8

GREEN CARDS DESPITE PETITIONER’S DEATH THROUGH HUMANITARIAN REVALIDATION: Harold (l.) was petitioned by his veteran father, but unfortunately his petitioner died before Harold could enter the U.S. Humanitarian Revalidation and the able handling of his case by the Law Offices of Michael Gurfinkel saved the day. See how leading U.S. immigration attorney Michael J. Gurfinkel (r.) was able to obtain green cards for Harold and his two children despite the  petitioner’s death — on a brand-new episode of your most popular immigration program on television — Citizen Pinoy — this Sunday 5:45 p.m. (PST) on TFC. Also — kapamilyas in Hawaii have the chance to get their immigration questions answered when leading immigration attorney Michael J. Gurfinkel brings Citizen Pinoy to Hawaii, on Sunday, February 13, 2011. Go to citizenpinoy.com and provide us your contact information and your immigration questions, or you may call toll free 1-866-487-3465.

 

REDWOOD CITY, Calif. — Harold’s father was a WWII veteran, who bravely fought as a guerrilla alongside American troops.

Due to his heroic deeds, he qualified to be a U.S. citizen.

However, Harold’s father finally got his U.S. citizenship when he was already 72 years old.

He immediately came to the U.S. alone, and left his wife and 10 children back in the Philippines, with dreams of petitioning his family soon — convinced that his legacy would be his family’s immigration to America and improving their lives and fortune.

Soon, he was joined by his wife and the two younger children.

His youngest son Harold “aged out” and was left behind.

His father continued to fight for his dream of getting Harold to join the family in America.

Destiny had other plans.

Harold’s veteran father passed away, which meant that Harold’s petition “died” with the petitioner.

It was a period of sadness and confusion for the family.

They wanted so badly to help realize their father’s dreams of bringing his favorite son to America.

Hope came through an episode of "Citizen Pinoy" where the topic was Humanitarian Revalidation — where the subject’s predicament was very similar to Harold’s.

The family then decided to consult with the Law Offices of Michael Gurfinkel.

In a period of just a few months, the Law Offices was able to acquire immigrant visas and green cards for Harold and his two children.

Watch another successful and heartfelt immigration story unfold this Sunday at 5:45 p.m. (PST) on TFC, when leading immigration attorney Michael J. Gurfinkel brings you a brand-new episode of your favorite immigration program — "Citizen Pinoy."

Atty. Gurfinkel will also answer viewers’ immigration questions on everyone’s favorite segment: “Your Tanong, My Sagot.”

And for kapamilya in the Aloha State — have your immigration questions answered when leading immigration attorney Michael J. Gurfinkel brings your most popular immigration program on television — "Citizen Pinoy" — to Hawaii on Sunday, Feb. 13, 2011.

Audience call times are at 10 a.m., 1 p.m. and 4 p.m.

Go to citizenpinoy.com and provide us your contact information and your immigration questions, or you may call toll-free at: 1-866-487-3465.

More updates will also be made available on the website, so be sure to click and visit www.citizenpinoy.com

"Citizen Pinoy" is made possible with the generous support of sponsors who are also dedicated to giving back to the Filipino community: Asian Journal — with circulation in Northern and Southern California, Nevada, and in the East Coast; and Arko Foods, the oldest existing Filipino-owned business in Southern California.

"Citizen Pinoy" is also supported by ABS-CBN Global’s key product offerings: Star Kargo, Starry Starry Store, and Sarimanok One.