Briefly, ISS focuses on employing the latest technology to meet all your immigration needs by processing your visa petitions efficiently, keeping track of and reporting on the status of all your employees, and providing you with the highest quality guidance and information. Over the past two decades, we have assisted in the filing of more than 20,000 petitions for over 1,000 different companies, medical facilities, and educational institutions across America. Our success rate is in excess of 98%. Extensive and varied experience allows us to help you manage all of your immigration related challenges.
We maintain an automated case management system that ensures cases are handled efficiently and communication is maintained with all pertinent parties. Additionally, our website provides a real-time visa status checking service for all petitions we assist in processing. The status of your petitions is readily available to your company’s representatives and individual employees.
Fees and Costs
Our pricing is fixed on a per petition basis. That means we quote you a precise, fixed fee, for our comprehensive suite of administrative services. We do not charge for express mail, postage, phone or email conferences or any other administrative costs. Thus, before we begin any work on your behalf, you will know the precise cost for every petition you ask us to process. Moreover, we do not increase our fees if the USCIS issues a Request for Evidence (RFE) on an original non-immigrant petition. This assures that you will know the precise cost for every petition you ask us to process before any work begins. We will also inform you as to the prevailing cost for USCIS filing fees.
Remember: USCIS and/or US Consular visa approval is never guaranteed.
Immigration to the United States is a challenging and ever-changing process consisting of many requirements that both the employer and candidate must meet. When all forms and supporting documentation are properly completed and submitted in a timely fashion, our experience reveals that the majority of employers and candidates are successful in meeting the requirements on their first attempt. If your employee(s) is among the minority of cases that are unsuccessful, you may face the choice of appealing any adverse decision; or voluntarily withdrawing the petition.