Has Your United States Visa been Denied or Revoked?
Before you keep wasting thousands of dollars to resolve these complex problems, please contact us.
If you have been unfortunate enough to have your visa to the United States denied or revoked you need experts on your side. Our team offers the experience of senior attorneys, retired Senior Officials with the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency and other Federal Agencies, each with over 30 years of Federal Law Enforcement experience. Hazelwood Street Consultants, LLC has the essential connections and unique abilities to help determine and typically resolve your unique situation.
Our professional relationships with attorneys, U.S. Embassy Representatives, and other law enforcement and security executives can help you to work toward resolving your immigration, customs and other legal or investigative issues.
We have helped many clients like you in favorably resolving the very special situations that may contribute to the denial or revocation of United States Visas. We can clearly determine and discuss with you the problems you might have with the United States Government and then design a unique program to help resolve those problems.
Working with the United States Department of State, US Embassies around the world, U.S. Immigration Agents, U.S. Immigration Prosecutors and U.S. Immigration Judges, Hazelwood Street Consultants, LLC and its global network of agents have resolved dozens of cases of:
- visa denials,
- visa revocations,
- international INTERPOL warrants and extraditions,
- money laundering seizures and asset forfeitures,
- fugitive surrenders,
- narcotics investigations,
- arms trafficking investigations,
- witness protection programs,
- Foreign Corrupt Practices Act violations, and,
- other issues involving international law enforcement and intelligence agencies.
We have conducted government and private investigations in the USA, Canada, China, Japan, The Philippines, Costa Rica, Panama, Colombia, Venezuela, Dominican Republic, Australia, Mexico, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Ecuador, Bolivia, Chile, Bahamas, Trinidad and Tobago, England, The Virgin Islands, France, Belgium, Germany, Botswana, The Ivory Coast and South Africa.