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Immigration Case Successes

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Determination of Inadmissibility Reversed, Client to be Admitted without a Waiver Published: Jan 9, 2012 I was just able to convince U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) that my client, an undergraduate student and citizen of Canada, is not inadmissible to the United States, and does not need a waiver to be readmitted as a student. The basis for the initial determination of inadmissibility was that he was charged with a theft offense in the State of
11th TN Granted to Management Consultant Published: Jan 6, 2012 Our client is a Canadian citizen. She is a well-respected Management Consultant who maintains her own consulting business in Canada. She has been employed by a U.S. management consultant firm for over 12 years on an as needed basis to provide consultant services to the U.S. firm’s clients. We have prepared all of her applications for TN status. This
Nonimmigrant Waiver Approved Published: Nov 30, 2011 Our client is a Canadian citizen. Unfortunately, as a teenager he was bullied by a group of other young men, and when he fought back, was charged and convicted on separate occasions of Assault Causing Bodily Harm, Uttering Threats, Aggravated Assault, and Assault with a Weapon. Since that troubled time in his life, he has rehabilitated himself. He is
Green Card Approved in Under Six Months Published: Nov 23, 2011 Our client is a citizen of Belarus. He entered the United Stats as an exchange visitor for summer travel and work in 2005 valid for four (4) months. He was not subject to the two-year foreign residence requirement. He later changed his status to a visitor for pleasure valid until 2007. His employer filed an Immigrant Petition for Alien Worker for him, which
Waiver Approved for 5 Years Published: Nov 14, 2011 Ten years ago our Canadian citizen client misrepresented his reason for wanting to enter the United States. This misrepresentation was discovered by immigration officials, and he was summarily removed at the border via an expedited removal order. A willful misrepresentation of a material fact is a lifetime bar from the United States, and as such our client
Deportation Terminated, I-601 Waiver Approved, and Green Card Issued despite Convictions and False Claim to United States Citizenship Published: Nov 1, 2011 Our client is a native and citizen of Nigeria. He entered the United States from Canada as a visitor/no class. After he was admitted, he was unfortunately convicted on two separate occasions of criminal charges. In addition, he applied for a United States passport, using documents showing that he was born in the United States, which was untrue. The
Deportation Overturned on Appeal: Client Eligible to Apply for his Green Card Published: Oct 24, 2011 We just won an appeal before the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA). The Immigration Court in Buffalo ordered our client's removal after trial speculating that he was ineligible to apply for his Green Card because he made a false claim to United States citizenship that never happened. On appeal we argued that the Immigration Court erred in ruling that
Cancellation of Removal Granted, Green Card Saved Published: Oct 11, 2011 We just saved our client's Green Card after a trial before the Immigration Court at the Buffalo Federal Detention Facility in Batavia, New York. Our client came to the United States approximately 15 years ago. Within five years of his arrival he was convicted of simple assault (Assault 3rd) in New York State. Historically, a simple assault conviction