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Immigration Case Successes

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After Long Road Citizenship Granted Published: Jul 6, 2011 Our client is a native of Taiwan who emigrated to Canada and later became a Canadian citizen. She met and fell in love with a United States citizen. While they were courting, she traveled back and forth across the Canadian border to visit him. Unfortunately, she lied at the border one of those times, and was ordered expeditiously removed from the United
Green Card Approved For Soldier's Wife Despite Entry Without Inspection Published: Jun 1, 2011 Our client is a citizen of Guatemala. She entered the United States in the mid 1990s without inspection when she was a teenager, and has lived here ever since. Three years ago, she met and fell in love with a United States citizen who is a career soldier in the U.S. Army. Almost two years go they were married. Shortly after the marriage, her husband
Green Card Approved in 3 1/2 Months Published: Apr 25, 2011 Our client is a citizen of the People’s Republic of China. In December, 2010, she was married to a United States citizen. The couple retained us to obtain lawful permanent resident status for her. We prepared an extensive evidence package on her behalf, which included appropriate documents from the U.S. Department of State Country Reciprocity Schedule,
Green Card and Waiver Application Approved Published: Apr 18, 2011 Our client is a citizen of Malaysia who was admitted to the United States, but unfortunately overstayed her status and accrued more than one year of unlawful presence. She was selected for the Diversity Visa Lottery, and filed an application for a green card in 2005. Because of her unlawful presence, however, her application was denied, and she was found
Motion to reopen granted and waiver approved Published: Apr 11, 2011 Our client is a native of Nigeria and citizen of Canada, who had previously resided in the United States in student status. His immigration history is as follows: Over 20 years ago he was convicted of U.S. passport fraud as a misdemeanor and was sentenced to six months of unsupervised probation. His father had passed away in Nigeria and he wanted to
Trade NAFTA Approval for Computer Systems Analyst Published: Apr 5, 2011 Our client was born in Iran, and is now a Canadian citizen. He was hired by a U.S. company to provide Computer Systems Analyst services. Our client does not have a university degree in this field, but does have a two year post-secondary diploma and well in excess of three years experience. We qualified him as a Computer Systems Analyst under NAFTA on
MOTION TO REOPEN DEPORTATION ORDER GRANTED IN 4 DAYS Published: Feb 16, 2011 Our client is a citizen of Burkina Faso. He entered the United States in 2007 as a student. Thereafter, he applied for asylum, which application was not approved by the Asylum Officer, who referred the case to an Immigration Judge for a determination on whether our client should be deported. Eleven months ago, the client failed and neglected to appear
Immigration Court Victory Published: Jan 24, 2011 Our client is a Canadian citizen. He is a computer professional. Before we were retained, he was hired by a United States company which provides computer consulting services to Fortune 500 companies on a contract specific basis. Our client had been granted Trade NAFTA Professional status on three occasions by the Department of Homeland Security to