A very interesting case was successfully handled by Mr. John A. Nicelli, involving a Labor Certification filed by a contractor. At the time the labor certification was filed, the position was for that of a secretary. After the labor certification application was certified by the U.S. Department of Labor, the immigrant was able to file for adjustment status. While the adjustment of status application was pending, the employer married the secretary who he offered employment to. Mr. John Nicelli was able to demonstrate that the recruitment and labor certification process was bonafide since the employer and the employee were not in a relationship while the labor certification application was pending. Since a legitimate job offer still existed at the time of the interview, the application for adjustment of status was approved. The employer and his wife eventually had two children while she continued her employment at her husband's business.