Help for the TVU students
Genuine concern for people and their problems is what makes an average law firm differ from an extraordinary one. The Shah Peerally Law Group Pc aims at providing justice with a humane touch, complete with adequate knowledge and experience in handling touch situations.
Reaching out to those in distress and helping them with matters regarding immigration, debt settlement and abuse has always been the hallmark of Shah Peerally Law Group. On a sudden and unprecedented note, when the USCIS started issuing a notice of Intent to Deny (NOID) to many of the affected victims of the defunct TVU (Tri Valley University), there was panic amongst the students and their guardians. The Shah Peerally Law Group has been inundated with calls from students, asking for help in this regard.
Mr Shah Peerally, understands the gravity of the situation and along with his colleagues comes out to reassure the students that whatever help that is possible in the form of guiding the students at this stage is necessary, will be given by his firm. Mr. Peerally in his public statement to the students and those concerned on his immigration blog reassures and defines the basic and immediate meaning and repercussion of the NOID. While Mr Shah asks the students to comply with the paperwork, he also gives advice regarding the nuances of the NOID and educates the students on the intricacies of the notice.
This has no doubt help clear the doubts in the minds of many of the students who are scared and nervous at the recent developments. The students, who have already been hassled by the sudden and eminent loss of TVU status, were suddenly advised to file for Reinstatement. According to Mr Peerally and his group the Shah Peerally Law Group, while this advice was good based on the law, the sudden issuing of Notice of Intent to Deny (NOID) to the students would create an atmosphere of more denials than a RFE.
Mr Peerally, reiterates and reminds authorities and the students that it was the US government which had encouraged and urged the TVU students, who were already at a loss after the loss of TVU’s loss of status to apply for reinstatement. Under the circumstances, the Shah Peerally Law Group and Mr. Peerally, urge the USCIS and the US government to take a humanitarian approach in such cases, for the general benefit of the students, who have been made a scapegoat in the entire situation. Mr. Peerally in his message to the students, and the Government, says that this would be sending a wrong message to the students who were just on the track to regaining confidence in the system again.
The Shah Peerally Law Group and Mr. Peerally, request the students not to panic and also make an appeal to the authorities to give the students a second chance in the United States and look at their cases from a humanitarian stand point. In his video message Mr. peerally asks the students to call the Shah Peerally Law Group and helping them conduct a survey on how many people are getting the NOID. Mr. Peerally also says in his message that even if his firm may not be immediately successful in helping the students getting their cases approved, they would definitely help the students prepare an answer.
Mr. Peerally, thinks it is unfair to target the students, who have become a victim of the breakdown of the TVU system and urges the respective governments of these students to protect the interest of these citizens, who have come to the United States with a lot of hope an dreams. According to Mr Shah Peerally, this matter has gone beyond the scope of law and needs to be seen from the perspective of justice more than anything.
While Mr. Peerally’s extending his support to the students in this time of need will surely be a great relief to the students, he would like them to visit www.peerallylaw.com in order to educate themselves more in this regard and seek his help whenever possible.