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Immigration Case Successes

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MOTION TO REOPEN DEPORTATION ORDER GRANTED IN 4 DAYS Published: Feb 16, 2011 Our client is a citizen of Burkina Faso. He entered the United States in 2007 as a student. Thereafter, he applied for asylum, which application was not approved by the Asylum Officer, who referred the case to an Immigration Judge for a determination on whether our client should be deported. Eleven months ago, the client failed and neglected to appear
Immigration Court Victory Published: Jan 24, 2011 Our client is a Canadian citizen. He is a computer professional. Before we were retained, he was hired by a United States company which provides computer consulting services to Fortune 500 companies on a contract specific basis. Our client had been granted Trade NAFTA Professional status on three occasions by the Department of Homeland Security to
Motion to Reopen Deportation Order Granted Published: Jan 19, 2011 Our client is a citizen of India. In 1998, an in absentia Order of Removal deporting him to India was issued by the Immigration Court in New York City because he failed to appear at the proceeding. His United States citizen sister filed a petition for him ten years ago, which was approved, and a visa is now available to him upon vacation of the Order of
Green cards approved in only three months Published: Jan 14, 2011 Our clients are a Canadian family who are natives of India. Previously, we obtained L-1A Intracompany Transferee status for the husband and father, and derivative L-2 status for the wife and mother, and for their unmarried son who is under 21 years of age. The husband and father had been deported as an overstay from the United States less than 10 years
Deportation Halted, Motion to Reopen Pending Published: Jan 10, 2011 We have a current case that involves a man that has been in the United States for over twenty years. He escaped his native country where as an army soldier he was brutally tortured by other soldiers as well as by his commanding officer directly on account of his ethnicity. Our client ultimately escaped his country in order to save his life when he saw
Nonimmigrant Waiver Granted Despite Recency of Convictions. Published: Jan 4, 2011 Our client is a Canadian citizen. He is employed in the family business. Two years ago he was convicted of Assault with a Weapon, Possession of a Controlled Substance, and two counts of Failure to Comply with Undertaking. He was separately sentenced to probation and a fine on all charges. As a result of the Controlled Substance conviction, he is
L-1A Approval Exceeds 7 year Limit Published: Dec 27, 2010 Our client is a Canadian citizen. He is the Vice President of a small family owned Canadian company as well as the family's United States affiliate. As a result of his executive employment for his Canadian company, our client qualifies for L-1A Intracompany Transferee Executive nonimmigrant status, which we have had approved for him on five occasions at
L-1 approved at the border in only 13 days after B-1 refusal. Published: Nov 22, 2010 Our client is a Canadian citizen residing in Canada. He is the CEO of a Canadian corporation that is a subsidiary of a major U. S. company. The client has entered the United States on many occasions as a business visitor to attend meetings and to oversee the affairs of the U. S. corporation. Recently our client was questioned about his business