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Immigration Case Successes

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L-1B Specialized Knowledge Petition Approved Published: Mar 25, 2008 Our client is a U. S. company which custom designs, manufactures and installs advanced thermal systems which operate at temperatures up to 3000º Celsius. They have a small office in Germany to service their European customers. One of their employees had previously been in the United States as an H-1B specialty worker, but was subject to the H-1B cap because
Green Card Saved: Deportation Prevented Published: Mar 5, 2008 We were able to save our client’s Green Card in an immigration court hearing in Buffalo, New York. Our client, a citizen of Ghana, came to the United States as a young child with his parents. On his 21st birthday in the early 1990s he discharged his hunting rifle in order to scare off an individual who was attacking one of his friends who was being
Deportation Charges Terminated: Client May Apply for Green Card Published: Feb 28, 2008 We just obtained the termination of deportation proceedings that were instituted against our client, a citizen of Suriname. Our client came to the United States as a visitor in 1985 as a young child with her family, and has lived in the United States without authorization for over two decades. Her step-mother filed a petition on her behalf on April 23,
Deportation Prevented, Green Card Granted Published: Feb 25, 2008 We just successfully defended our client who faced deportation before the Immigration Court in Buffalo, New York. Our client narrowly escaped persecution in his native country Ghana. Back in the early 1990’s he was an election official who refused to take bribe money to stuff the ballot box at his precinct, and then spoke to the media about the incident.
Client Admitted as H-1B After 2nd Trade NAFTA Refusal Published: Feb 19, 2008 Our Canadian citizen client was twice denied Trade NAFTA status as a Management Consultant because she was going to train employees, and because she was married to a U. S. citizen. The employer then filed an application to employ her as a specialty worker in H-1B status, which was approved. We were then retained and presented her at a different port of
Green Card Approval after 6 Years Published: Feb 18, 2008 After six long years we were finally able to get a green card for our client who is stateless. Our client came to the United States as a student. After getting her masters she was hired as a network administrator for a private school in New York City. The school filed a petition on her behalf so that she was able to legally work for them. After a few
Green Card Saved: Deportation Cancelled Published: Feb 15, 2008 We just were able to save our Client’s Green Card. Our client came to the United States as a young boy from England with his parents. He was raised here, and is now in his forties. As a young man he made some mistakes, and was convicted for possession of marijuana. When he attempted to renew his Green Card he was taken into custody and was charged with
Canadian Granted Waiver of Inadmissibility Published: Feb 12, 2008 Our Canadian citizen client is inadmissible to the United States for having made a false claim to United States citizenship when previously attempting to be admitted to the United States, and had been convicted in U.S. District Court as a result. In addition, he had been previously ordered Excluded by an Immigration Judge, and was also inadmissible as a