We do things right the first time. We aren’t a check-the-box mill. From the outset and throughout, we ask ourselves “where can this application go wrong?” We take the time to address anticipated issues rather than risk returning to the drawing board. The more times the adjudication and consular officer decision-makers send an applicant back to fix things, the greater the chances of failure. And, under the current administration, the hurdles are higher, the road to desired results bumpier. By putting a premium on thorough preliminary research to unearth problems that might exist, we are able to eliminate or at least anticipate questions government officials are likely to ask. Quality means charting from the beginning a course that is as smooth and seamless as practical.