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Immigration Case Successes

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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
L-1 Intracompany Transferee Executive Approved for Small Business Published: Mar 2, 2009 Our client is a Canadian citizen.  He owns a small family business operating in Canada and in the United States.  His presence is required at both locations. To be eligible for L-1A status as an executive or manager, aperson must be engaged primarily in those duties.  We advised the client of this requirement sothat he could properly structure personnel
Deportation Prevented and Green Card Obtained Published: Feb 23, 2009 Our client is a Sikh and a citizen of India. He is married to a United States citizen and has two United States citizen children. When we were retained in December 2005, the Department of Homeland Security was in the process of deporting him to India. We immediately prepared an Order To Show Cause and a petition for Writ of Habeas Corpus, which we had
Parole Granted to Inadmissible Canadian. Published: Feb 16, 2009 Our client is a Canadian citizen. He is married to a Canadian citizen and has three Canadian citizen children, two of which are dual U. S. citizens. He is employed by a city in Canada as a Business Systems Analyst. His 11 year old dual citizen son needs to attend a prep school interview and exam in the United States, which one of his parents must also
Third 5 Year Waiver of Inadmissibility Granted. Published: Feb 9, 2009 Our client is a Canadian citizen. He is a technical service manager for a Canadian company having a U. S. affiliate. He has L-1B, Intracompany Transferee status as a specialized knowledge worker, so that he can enter the U. S. and service the U. S. affiliate on an as needed basis. Unfortunately, he is inadmissible to the U. S. for life as a result of