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Asylum – Syria – Our clients were very active in the U.S. for freedom for Syria. The government argued there was no past persecution but based on the clients’ activities
Adjustment of Status with Misrepresentation Waiver – Mexico – Our client was granted Adjustment of Status with waiver of misrepresentation based on hardship to spouse in Mexico due to crime
Removal Proceedings Terminated – Kosovo – Our client received LPR status through marriage to a US Citizen in mid-2000s and was granted a conditional green card. Client and USC Spouse
Removal Proceedings Terminated – Canada – Our client was not properly advised of his procedural rights at the border upon his attempted admission to the USA. Respondent was placed in
Termination – Montenegro – Immigration Judge terminated the immigration court case for a client from because we challenged removability holding the government to its proof and client was found not
Asylum – Guatemala – Our client was a victim of domestic violence and her asylum was granted on this. Client is now a permanent resident.
Cancellation of Removal for Permanent Resident – Lebanon – Our client was an permanent resident who was placed in removal proceedings due to multiple convictions including a retail fraud for
Cancellation of Removal – Mexico – The qualifying relative had a metabolic issue which was found to be the necessary hardship and Cancellation was granted. She is now a permanent
Termination of Proceedings – Bangladesh – We were able to get a case terminated for a couple from Bangladesh so they could get their green cards at USCIS which they
Mandamus for EOIR to conduct an individualized bond hearing – Client was not provided a bond hearing because the Immigration Court held that the Client not eligible. The case was