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Immigration Case Successes

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Brief Filed with the Second Circuit Court of Appeals Published: Nov 19, 2009 I just finished my brief in support of a petition for review that we filed with the Second Circuit Court of Appeals. I argued that the Board of Immigration utilized an improper standard when adjudicating my client's Motion to Reopen, and that the record reflects that there was reasonable cause for my client's failure to appear at his exclusion proceedings.
Trade NAFTA Approved for Management Consultant Published: Oct 19, 2009 Our client is a Canadian citizen.  She is a consultant with 30 years of experience in her field.  However, she is not degreed.  We have obtained Trade NAFTA status for her as a Management Consultant on nine previous occasions. She has now entered into a contract with a U. S. Fortune 500 company to provide consulting services in the United States
H-1B Approval for a Lawyer Published: Oct 14, 2009 Our client is a U. S. law firm. It employs a citizen of Korea as an attorney. She obtained her Juris Doctor degree from a U. S. university and she is licensed to practice in the United States. Three years ago her employer petitioned for her in H-1B status. The petition was approved for a period of three years. The employer retained us to extend her
H-1B Approved in Seven Days Published: Oct 5, 2009 Our client is a manufacturer of industrial thermal furnaces. It employs a citizen of India who is a graduate engineer. He obtained his undergraduate degree in India and his Ph.D. in Engineering in the United States. Three years ago his employer petitioned for him in H-1B status. The petition was approved for a period of three years. The employer
Nonimmigrant Waiver Approved Despite Previous Denial Published: Oct 1, 2009 Our client is a Canadian citizen.  Unfortunately, eighteen years ago he attempted to enter the United States using someone else’s passport.  As a result, he is inadmissible to the United States for life due to his attempted entry fraud.  Three times during the past five years he unsuccessfully applied for admission to the United States , and
Nonimmigrant Waiver Approved to Overcome Drug Trafficking Finding Published: Sep 24, 2009 Our client is a Canadian citizen.  Sixteen years ago she was arrested for attempting to smuggle a hockey bag full of marijuana into the United States .  Because of her tender years, and the fact that she had been taken advantage of by a Columbian drug smuggler, she was placed in a Pre-trial Intervention Program and avoided a criminal conviction. Eight
Asylum Case Appealed to the Second Circuit Court of Appeals Published: Sep 8, 2009 My client fled his country with his family because his daughter was kidnapped on Christmas day as a form of intimidation and punishment because of his political activities. Prior to the kidnapping my client had received threatening anonymous letters demanding that he stop his political activities or he and his family would be punished, and that his
Deportation Prevented, Client May Now Apply For Green Card Published: Aug 11, 2009 After almost five years of contested litigation, deportation proceedings have been terminated in our client's favor enabling him to apply for adjustment of status with Citizenship and Immigration Services. Immigration Court proceedings were instituted against our client in 2004. He was charged with being removable as an alien who was present in the