Sackor-FamilyIt all started in 1989 when rebels entered Liberia with the intention of over throwing the government. Instead the rebels begin killing indiscriminately which made very insecure for everyone. At that time over half of the population of the country was compelled to seek refuge in neighboring countries. When the war in Liberia spilled over into Cote d’Ivoire and that made it worse for us Liberians. Some died in the hands of the security forces. I applied for a visa to join my daughter who was living in the States. I was denied.

Finally, all Liberians were given a month to get out of Guinea or else. Our hopes of ever seeing our daughter were gone. My wife was crying day and night for her child. My little girl was daily asking me if we were going to get out of Guinea before we were killed. When I thought I was making my last contact with my friend, with whom my daughter was staying in the States, I said “if you don’t hear from us in a month you can put Wendy (my daughter) in an orphanage if you can no longer keep her”. By this time our situation was known all over our city. Even Senator of Washington got involved to help us get out of Guinea as refugees, but we were refused again. Some one told our friend in Port Townsend to contact Seifert Law Offices to help. The office immediately started my case. In less than a month the paper work was done and we were out of Guinea by January 2001. Had we not obtained the visas and stayed in Guinea we would not be alive to tell this story. Thank God we are now in the States, united with our daughter, sound and safe and thank God for Seifert Law Offices.

I recommend Seifert Law Offices to anyone seeking to get a visa but is having problems with INS. Seifert Law Offices is very understanding and kind in dealing with their clients. This office has many years of experiences in cases relating to immigration. And, above all, client’s success is the Seifert Law Offices top priority.

Anthony Sackor