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Immigration Case Successes

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Green Card And Immigrant Waiver Approved Published: Sep 22, 2008 Our client is a citizen of Jamaica. He resided unlawfully in the United States as a visitor overstay for 4 years and then left and became a Canadian permanent resident. He married a United States citizen, and we filed a Petition for Alien Relative for her on his behalf, which was approved. We then filed an application for a K-3 visa, which is a special
Bar to U.S. Prevented Published: Sep 10, 2008 Our Malaysian client has a pending EB5 Employment Creation Immigrant Petition pending with USCIS, which if approved, will result in hundreds of new US jobs and introduce an immensely popular European sporting event to the US, which will generate enormous fan interest and revenues. Unfortunately, he has overstayed his H-1B Specialty Worker status. He applied
Deportation Prevented: Green Card issued after Trial in St. Louis Published: Sep 5, 2008 Our Indian client entered the United States in 1991 at the age of 11 with his mother. Unfortunately, the Department of Homeland Security has no record of his entry, only that of his mother. A few years later, Immigration Court proceedings were instituted against both of them. He and his mother both applied for asylum. The attorney representing them at that
Nonimmigrant Waiver Approved for Canadian Published: Sep 1, 2008 Our client is a Canadian citizen. He has been determined to be inadmissible from the United States for attempting to use a fraudulent passport to enter the United States in 1990, and because of his previous unlawful presence in the United States. He is an engineer, married to a Canadian citizen, and has three Canadian citizen children. He has resided in
Expedited Removal Order Vacated Published: Aug 27, 2008 Our Canadian citizen client applied for Trade NAFTA status as a Management Consultant at the border in Washington State. Not only was the TN denied, but an Expedited Removal Order was issued, which barred her from admission to the United States for five years. At this point she hired us. We intervened with U. S. Customs and Border Protection on her
Deportation Charges Dismissed Published: Aug 22, 2008 Our Canadian citizen client was issued an immigrant visa based upon his United States citizen father’s petition. When he presented himself for admission as a lawful permanent resident at the border, Immigration Court proceedings were instituted against him on the basis of their claim that he had committed an unspecified fraud and was a drug addict or drug
Employment Based Green Card Petition Approved Published: Aug 18, 2008 Our client is a U. S. corporation. Seven years ago it needed to fill the position of janitor. No U. S. workers were available. It located an Indian citizen without status in the U. S. and offered him the job. It applied for labor certification. It took the U. S. Department of Labor six years to certify the position. The company was then able to petition
Deportation Prevented: Client May Return to the United States Published: Aug 13, 2008 Our South African client married a United States citizen, who filed for a “green card” for him. Unfortunately, the marriage did not work out and they divorced. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services then denied his application and issued a charging document instituting Immigration Court proceedings against him. He returned to South Africa before the