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Immigration Case Successes

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Immigration Court Overturned on Appeal Published: Jun 18, 2009 Our client is from India. He was previously granted asylum by the old Immigration and Naturalization Service. He then applied for lawful permanent resident status, which was granted. The Department of Homeland Security claimed that the old Immigration and Naturalization Service did not have jurisdiction over his asylum application, and they rescinded his
Client permitted to return to the United States despite previous immigration violation Published: Jun 8, 2009 Our client is a Canadian citizen. In 2004 he was admitted to the United States as a visitor without any documents being issued to him. He remained in the United States for two years, worked without authorization, and then returned to Canada. Thereafter, he attempted to return to the United States, but was denied entry on the basis that he was unlawfully
Green Card Granted by Immigration Judge Published: Jun 1, 2009 Our client is a Canadian citizen. He is married to a United States citizen, who petitioned for him to become a lawful permanent resident. Her petition was approved five years ago. Unfortunately, our client’s application for lawful permanent residence was denied because he has two convictions for crimes involving moral turpitude in Canada. His
I-601 Waiver Granted, Green Card Approved Published: May 27, 2009 We just obtained the approval of a waiver of a ground of inadmissibility pursuant to Section 212(i) of the Immigration and Nationality Act, for a waiver of INA §212(a)(6)(C)(i), fraud or willful misrepresentation. The waiver was submitted on behalf of our client, a citizen of El Salvador who is the spouse of a United States citizen, and was the beneficiary
Conditions Removed from Green Card without Interview Published: Apr 8, 2009 Our client became a conditional Green Card holder through his marriage to a United States citizen in 2005. His Green Card was only valid for two years. We obtained the conditional Green Card for him. After getting his Green Card our client and his spouse continuously resided together as husband and wife until October 2007 when they separated as a result
Green Card Approved without Interview Published: Mar 30, 2009 Our client is Portuguese. He is married to a United States citizen, but she never petitioned for him. The client entered the United States legally over 20 years ago, but has overstayed his status. He was encountered by Border Patrol and Immigration Court proceedings were instituted against him. Upon being retained, we prepared and filed a Petition for
Green Card Approval Published: Mar 23, 2009 Our client is a citizen of Pakistan. He married a United States citizen after Immigration Court proceedings were instituted against him. We prepared and filed a Petition for Alien Relative submitted by his United States citizen spouse on his behalf, along with a Request for Bona Fide Marriage Exemption to permit approval of the Petition without
Green Card Petition Granted Published: Mar 16, 2009 Our client is a citizen of Jamaica. He married a United States citizen after Immigration Court proceedings were instituted against him. We prepared and filed a Petition for Alien Relative submitted by his United States citizen spouse on his behalf, along with a Request for Bona Fide Marriage Exemption to permit approval of the Petition without subjecting