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Immigration Case Successes

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Deportation Prevented: Green Card Application Pending Published: Aug 6, 2008 Administrative Closure means that a case was taken off the Immigration Court’s active calendar. Our Jamaican client married his United States citizen wife after Immigration Court proceedings were instituted. We prepared a Petition for Alien Relative on his behalf and requested the Bona Fide Marriage Exemption of the two year foreign residence
Deportation Prevented: Waiver Granted by Immigration Judge Published: Aug 1, 2008 Our Jordanian clients were mistakenly granted permanent resident status 19 years ago, but never received their “green cards”. The wife’s father married a United States citizen when she was 15 years old. However, she was already married to her husband and had two children born of the marriage. Her step-mother petitioned for her, her husband and her two
Deportation Prevented, Green Card Granted by Immigration Judge Published: Jul 29, 2008 Our client is a citizen of India and has been a lawful permanent resident for 12 years. Unfortunately, he has five criminal convictions, three of which have been determined to be crimes involving moral turpitude. All of the convictions were misdemeanors and he only spent a total of 60 days in jail for all charges. He is a family man. His wife is a lawful
Immigration Court Case Dismissed Published: Jul 3, 2008 Our Canadian client was deported slightly more than five years ago in Miami, Florida after he attempted to enter the United States. He was found to be inadmissible at that time because a small amount of cocaine was found in his wallet when he got off the plane. He received a deferred adjudication in the criminal court in Miami. Unfortunately, that
Voluntary departure granted to PRC citizens Published: Jun 27, 2008 Our two clients are citizens of the People’s Republic of China. They were in the United States as business visitors monitoring the dismantling of a large hydraulic die press, which their Chinese employer had purchased. Because the project took longer than expected, they overstayed their status. A trial was held before an Immigration Judge to determine
Waiver granted for ten year bar Published: Jun 25, 2008 We just obtained a waiver of inadmissibility on behalf of our client, a citizen of Colombia and a landed immigrant of Canada. Our client was first admitted to the United States as a nonimmigrant visitor for pleasure, and after admission he filed an Application for Asylum, based on his fear of returning to Colombia. This application was denied, and our
L-1A Intracompany Transferee Approval Published: Jun 23, 2008 We just obtained the approved of an L-1A Intracompany Transferee petition on behalf of our client, a multi-national, customer focused company that designs, develops, and manufactures hydronic based heating and cooling products for the commercial and residential markets. The Petition was filed on behalf of a Citizen of China to enable her to be employed in
Asylum granted after seventeen year wait Published: Jun 18, 2008 We just obtained a grant of asylum on behalf of our client, a citizen of Laos. Our client was imprisoned and harmed by the People’s Republic of Laos due to her involvement with the United States Government, and fears return to Laos as a result. She is married to a United States citizen, and resides with him at their home in Rochester, New York. In addition,