Once Again, Dogs Benefit from U.S. Immigration Law
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Dallas, TX, May 2nd, 2007- In a unique move by one of the nationís top immigration lawyers, Stefano Riznyk, the CEO of ImmigrationHouseCall.com, has decided to offer a 50% rebate to anyone who purchases Immigration House Call and then adopts a dog from a shelter. A devoted dog and fan, Mr Riznyk devotes 10% of his salary and bonuses for the benefit of dogs; he implemented this program in the hopes it would have an immediate positive effect.
The dog can be adopted from any dog shelter in the United States, Canada, Germany, Australia, or the United Kingdom. The shelter can be any type of registered dog shelter; it does not have to be one of the major organizations. The offer applies only to purchases of Immigration House Call from the web site, www.ImmigrationHouseCall.com only; it does not apply to adoptions from no-kill shelters. The program goes into effect May 1st, 2007 and will continue until withdrawn, by notice on the web site; the firm has no immediate plans to withdraw the offer. To qualify, simply fax proof of purchase of Immigration House Call as well as proof of the dog adoption to (310) 388-5933 and within a 2-4 week period the rebate will arrive directly from Immigration House Call.
Immigration House Call is the first video program ever created that explains U.S. immigration law to the public. In plain language, it is both educational and entertaining, using video clips, music and much more. The breakthrough product has 3 major audiences: people abroad with an interest in living, investing, working or studying here, those in the U.S. with family abroad or want to change status, have a criminal record, or have delayed cases, and U.S. immigration lawyers. Immigration lawyers and non-immigration attorneys in California or Florida who purchase the program receive 4 hours of continuing legal education credit from the respective State Bars.
Immigration House Call also includes forms and instructions for FOIA, a procedure useful for those in the U.S. or abroad with delayed cases and those with criminal records or other immigration issues. FOIA allows the person to receive a copy of the governmentís file about them. The $99 program is currently selling for $59 as the company clears its English-Spanish version to make room for the new English-Spanish-Japanese version about to be released on a large scale.
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- V.P. Press Relations
- Immigration House Call Inc.
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