CELINE DION BODYGUARD LOSES EB-1 CASE

Posted on: March 11th, 2011
by Greg Siskind
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The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals issued a short decision holding that Skokos did not meet the basic evidence requirements for an EB-1 extraordinary ability petition. The court didn’t dispute that a bodyguard could file an EB-1 petition, but simply held that Mr. Skokos didn’t prove his case. The court didn’t discuss the standards for an EB-1 case in any detail so the case is not likely to make that much of a difference in cases filed by others.

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