MIAMI, FL -- Immigration attorney Michael Feldenkrais, a partner with the Miami law firm of Adorno & Yoss, is filing for a waiver to request the United States Government to pardon and return the Argentine-born model, actress and singer Dorismar to the United States.
"Dorismar is safely in Buenos Aires anxiously awaiting her return to Miami," said Mr. Feldenkrais. "She deeply misses Miami, her friends and colleagues, and is saddened by the events of the last few days. She is, however, optimistic that the situation will be resolved in a timely manner and appreciates all of the support she has received so far from her beloved fans."
Feldenkrais is the Chair of the firm's Immigration practice group where he focuses in the area of Immigration Law. Experienced in the preparation of legal documentations required for all types of visas including Non-Immigrant and Immigrant Visas, Feldenkrais has been successful in securing hundreds of visa requests for corporations, and professionals.
Born Dora Noemi Kerchen, the famous model, Hispanic television personality and former Playmate is a popular Hispanic figure and well known for her imaginative calendars. She has been living in the U.S. since December 31, 2000.
According to Feldenkrais, Dorismar entered the U.S. as part of a Visa Waiver Pilot Program from Argentina which allows for a three month maximum length of stay.
Subsequent to that, because of Dorismar's high standing in the community, Feldenkrais was successful in petitioning for an "Alien of Extraordinary Ability" which would allow Dorismar to seek permanent residence status.
Dorismar's immigration sponsor was Panama's El General, Edgardo Franco, the musician widely acclaimed as the granddaddy of the "reggaeton" genre. Dorismar was deported on January 5, 2006.
According to Feldenkrais, because Dorismar is such
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