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Immigration Case Successes

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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
Five Year Nonimmigrant Waiver of Inadmissibility Granted Published: Aug 1, 2009 Our client is a Canadian citizen.  He is in the music business in the United States , and has been granted nonimmigrant status by U. S. Citizenship and Immigration Services as having extra-ordinary ability in the arts.  Unfortunately, he is inadmissible to the United States for life due to a misrepresentation of his purposes for entering eight years ago
Ninth Nonimmigrant Waiver of Inadmissibility Approved Published: Jul 29, 2009 Our client is a Canadian citizen.  He holds a responsible position with a Canadian company.  Unfortunately, he is inadmissible to the United States for life due to a conviction of a crime of moral turpitude when he was 20 years of age.  We filed an application for a waiver of his inadmissibility so that he may visit his company’s U. S. offices and come
Deportation Prevented: Green Card Issued after 10 Long Years Published: Jul 27, 2009 Our client is a citizen of Ghana . He entered the United States in the 1990s, and married his spouse, a United States Citizen, in February 1997.  His wife sponsored him for a Green Card, which was granted, but only on a two-year conditional basis.  The couple timely filed a join petition in order to have the conditions removed from the Green Card,
Green Card Approved Dispite Husband and Wife Living Apart Published: Jul 24, 2009 Our client is a citizen of Nevis and St. Kitts. She is married to a United States citizen. Shortly after the marriage, she was encountered at an airport and placed in Immigration Court proceedings because she had overstayed her visitor status. We were then retained. The first thing we did was prepare a Petition for Alien Relative for her husband on her
Trade NAFTA Management Consultant Approved for Three Years. Published: Jul 20, 2009 Our client is a Canadian citizen. He is a Management Consultant. He has been retained by a U. S. Management Consultant firm to provide advice to its U. S. corporate clients, many of which are Fortune 500 companies. We have obtained Trade NAFTA Management Consultant status for this client on an annual basis for approximately 10 years. Because of a change in
Deportation Prevented, Waiver Approved, Client now Allowed to Enter the United States Published: Jul 13, 2009 Our client is a native of India and citizen of Canada. He is married to a Canadian citizen and has two Canadian citizen children. He is the owner and operator of a successful fast food franchise. Sixteen years ago he was admitted to the United States using a photo-substituted passport. Thereafter, he came to the attention of the immigration authorities.