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Published: Jun 8, 2007 By: Robert D. Kolken Source: My Source
Ordinarily, when a person is placed in Immigration Court proceedings by DHS, and such person resides outside the U.S., the person must remain outside the US unless and until an Immigration Judge orders DHS to admit him.  The exception to this rule is when a person is a lawful permanent resident of the U.S.

Our client is a Canadian citizen seeking admission to the U.S. as a visitor.  DHS claims he is inadmissible and instituted Immigration Court proceedings against him to obtain an order which will bar him from the U.S.  We claim he is admissible.  He is involved in a substantial business transaction in the U.S. which is of great economic significance to a U.S. city.  After we obtained letters from appropriate civic officials, DHS allowed him to enter the U.S. in parole status for the purpose of closing the transaction notwithstanding the fact that the Immigration Court proceeding has not yet been completed.

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