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Immigration Case Successes

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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
Waiver of Inadmissibility Granted Published: Nov 4, 2010 Our client is a native of Pakistan and citizen of Canada. He came to the United States with a visitor’s visa in the 1980’s when he was a Pakistani citizen and then overstayed. Eventually, he was apprehended and Immigration Court proceedings were instituted against him, and he was ultimately able to obtain a grant of Voluntary Departure in lieu of an Order
Nonimmigrant Waiver Granted Published: Oct 25, 2010 Our client is a Canadian citizen. Unfortunately, 21 years ago he was convicted of Conspiracy to Traffic in a Narcotic and was sentenced to five years imprisonment. This conviction renders him inadmissible to the United States for life. Since his conviction, he has rehabilitated himself. He is married and has a son. He is a respected businessman. He
Deportation proceedings terminated, client released from custody to apply for Green Card Published: Oct 4, 2010 We just were able to obtain the termination of deportation proceedings to enable our client to apply for his Green Card. Our client came to the United States with his mother as a young child under a visitor's visa. He never departed the country. After growing up in the United States he eventually met and married a United States citizen. The couple had a
Second Nonimmigrant Waiver Renewal Approved Published: Sep 7, 2010 Our client is a Canadian citizen. He is a Marketing Executive for a Canadian company doing business in the United States, which requires his U. S. presence as a business visitor from time to time. Unfortunately, he is inadmissible to the United States as a result of an old conviction in Canada. Five years ago, through other counsel, the client submitted
Immigration Court Victory after Third Trial Published: Sep 1, 2010 Our client is a Canadian businessman. Twenty-five (25) years ago when he was 18, he was convicted of a minor crime in Canada, notwithstanding the fact that the crime was actually committed by his friend and was reported to the police by our client. His sentence was a small fine. U.S. Customs and Border Protection claimed that the conviction was a crime
Deportation Prevented, Client Able to Retain Social Security Benefits Published: Aug 26, 2010 Our client is a citizen of Canada, People’s Republic of China and overseas citizen of the United Kingdom. Eight years ago she became a lawful permanent resident of the United States. Two years ago she decided to retire, and has been traveling the world, making Hong Kong her home base while living with her daughter. After a two year absence from the
L-1 granted at Canadian border with waiver. Published: Aug 9, 2010 Our client is a Canadian citizen. He is a 50% owner of a small business in Canada and a 50% owner of a small business in the United States. We obtained L-1A Executive Intracompany Transferee Status on his behalf to act as manager of the U. S. business. Unfortunately, he is temporarily inadmissible to the U. S. because he accumulated unlawful presence