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  • Denial of Marriage Petition Overturned by AAO
    Officer seemed to have it in for the same sex couple and denied the petition. We appealed to AAO and it was reversed granting client Lawful Permanent Residency
  • Fraud Waiver granted
    Green card application granted for client whose previous 2 applications were denied and who needed a fraud waiver for entering the United States with a fake passport.
  • I-751 Petition to Remove Conditional Residency
    Petition to Remove Conditional Residency approved after nearly 3 years despite client’s domestic violence conviction.
  • Ajustment of Status with Waivers Granted
    Adjustment of status and waiver of inadmissibility granted for Canadian citizen with several convictions. Now Client can remain inside the United States with his permanent resident wife and family.
  • Cancellation of Removal Granted
    Cancellation of removal granted for lawful permanent resident with several convictions, including fraud and drug convictions. Client can now apply for U.S. citizenship after living in the U.S for nearly 30 years.
  • Motion to Reopen Granted
    Motion to reopen filed 6 years after I-130 denial approved by USCIS in Santa Ana, CA. Client can now apply for residency, through his sister’s petition, in 3 years rather than having to refile and wait 13 years.
  • Adjustment granted with crime.
    Adjustment of status application approved for client with a USC son who last entered the United States on TPS/Parole and had convictions for domestic battery and disturbing the peace.
  • N-600 granted.
    N-600, Certificate of Citizenship, approved for lawful permanent resident who was detained when returning to LAX and placed in removal proceedings because of several serious convictions. N-600 approved despite the fact that Client parent’s divorced with she was young and other issues with custody.
  • Cancellation of Removal granted.
    After 8 years in court, cancellation of removal application granted for lawful permanent resident who had several DUIs, a harassment conviction and a grand theft auto conviction.
  • Adjustment without intervew granted.
    Adjustment of status granted without an interview for Client whose previous H-1B application was denied but who was now eligible for a green card based on his marriage and 21-year-old U.S. citizen step daughter.
  • Naturalization Granted. Naturalization Application/U.S. Citizenship approved for lawful permanent resident with a felony prescription fraud conviction. Client will become a U.S. citizen in time to vote in the coming presidential election and will no longer need to worry about long delays/secondary inspection when entering the United States.
  • Motion to Reopen granted. Motion to reopen and adjustment of status/green card application granted for client with a marijuana conviction who entered the United States in 2002 with only a school ID. USCIS denied client’s application in 2014 finding that he failed to prove that he was properly admitted to the United States. Our office then filed a motion to reopen along additional evidence of his entry, including results from a polygraph examination, and his case was approved nearly 2 years later. Client can now legally stay in this country with his wife and children and apply for citizenship in the future.
  • Provisional Waiver granted. I-610A, Application for Provisional Unlawful Presence Waiver, approved for Client whose previous waiver was denied by USCIS. Application was resubmitted with additional evidence and the case was approved. Now Client can continue with his process to become a lawful permanent resident and reside legally in this country with his wife.
  • Motion to Reopen granted. Motion to Reopen granted for Client whose application for adjustment of status and fraud waiver were denied for making a false claim to citizenship.

  • Naturalization with Crime granted. Naturalization and expungement granted for Client who can now travel to Canada without any problems even though there was a prior crime.

  • Cancellation of Removal Granted. Application for Cancellation of Removal granted for lawful permanent resident with nearly 30 years in the U.S. and a disabled daughter but with a conviction for possession of a controlled substance from 2006, an outstanding warrant for 10 years and an arrest for alien smuggling.
  • Writ of Mandamus granted. Our client’s date of birth was incorrect on his naturalization certificate and passport and for years he unsuccessfully tried to correct this error with Immigration, the Department of State, the IRS and the Social Security Administration. When our office was retained, we filed a lawsuit against Immigration in federal court to force them to amend our client’s naturalization certificate. Within months of filing, our client received his correct certificate in the mail.
  • Walsh Waiver Granted. I-485 approved for clients’ whose case had been pending since 2006 because of the petitioner’s criminal record. In 2013, the case was erroneously denied by USCIS for failure to respond to a request for evidence and reopened by our office in 2014. USCIS then attempted to revoke the petitioner’s I-130 as a result of his convictions, first through a Notice Intent to Revoke and then through an Amended Notice of Intent to Revoke. Each time our office responded, arguing that the petitioner was eligible to petition his wife and if necessary, eligible for a waiver under the Walsh Act. 10 years later, the case was finally approved.
  • U visa Granted. U Visa certified by the Long Beach City’s Prosecutor for client who was a victim of DV in 2002.
  • E-2 Treaty Invesgtor Visa Approved. E-2 approved for investor and spouse based on purchase of smog and auto repair company near San Diego, CA.
  • Naturalization Granted for criminal alien. Application for U.S. citizenship granted for client with a conviction for lewd acts which occurred 1 year after he received his green card
  • E-1 Treaty Trader Visa granted. E-1 visa granted in Australia for client as an essential employee of his parents’ screen printing company. Client was initially a derivative of his mother’s visa but once he turned 21 he needed to apply on his own.
  • Fraud Waiver granted. Fraud waiver approved for Client who used fake identity documents to obtain residency in the United Kingdom and then used the same documents when he was petitioned by his U.S. citizen wife. Client can now reenter the United States and join his wife who serves in the U.S. Navy.
  • E-2 Granted for Dance Studio. E-2 change of status approved in less than 3 month with no request for additional evidence for a young Filipino couple that was gifted about $100,000 to invest in a dance studio.
  • Medical Waiver Granted.
    Green card application approved for a Canadian client that is married to a USC citizen but needed a medical waiver because she refused her vaccinations based on moral/health grounds.
  • Cancellation of Removal granted. Cancellation of Removal application approved for 20-year-old client with a federal felony conviction for manufacturing explosives materials. Our office was able to reach an agreement with the Department of Homeland Security and our client’s application was approved without the need for any testimony and Client was released from custody after only two hearings, just in time for the holidays.
  • Client’s asylum application was approved based on threats and violence in Rwanda based on his family’s ethnicity and political opinion.
  • Provisional waiver granted for Client who entered the United States without inspection in 2001. Waiver was based on hardship to his U.S. citizen wife, who he recently married and with whom he has a U.S. citizen daughter.
  • Green card application granted for client who is married to a US citizen but had a deportation order from 1995. Client had two motions to reopen denied by the Immigration Court and his appeal was denied by the BIA. However, once at the 9th Circuit Court of Appeal, the Department of Homeland Security agreed remand and terminate his case so that he could apply for adjustment of status with USCIS. 20 years later, he is now a lawful permanent resident of the United States.
  • Client’s case was denied by the Immigration Judge and the Board of Immigration Appeals and prior to retaining our office. Once retained, we filed an appeal with the 9th Circuit and were able to have her case administratively closed so that she could apply for her green card based on her marriage to a US citizen.
  • 2008 order of deportation reopened for Client who did not receive notice of his hearing
  • Motion to expunge 2010 DUI conviction granted. Client can now apply for naturalization.
  • Naturalization application approved for permanent resident with 3 DUIs and a drug conviction
  • Prosecutorial discretion granted and deportation case administratively closed for client with 10+ years in the United States but no immediate relatives, no documented employment history or tax filings and several vehicle code arrests/convictions. Client can now remain in the U.S. legally in hope of immigration reform in the future.
  • Naturalization case approved for case with a long history before the Immigration Court that administratively closed in 2006 and then recalendared and terminated based on Client’s eligibility for Naturalization Client has a conviction for lewd and lascivious acts with a minor (possibly an aggravated felony) but still qualifies for Naturalization.

    Contested 212(c) granted for client with 4 convictions and 8 arrests, including an attempted murder conviction. DHS reserved appeal.

  • 1994 felony forgery conviction reduced to a misdemeanor and expunged despite the DA’s opposition and despite the fact that client had a warrant for his arrest for over 6 years. Client can now apply for his green card based on his marriage to a U.S. citizen.
  • Sued immigration in federal court because client’s adjustment of status application was pending for over 1 year. Application was approved within 60 days of filing lawsuit. Client is now a permanent resident and can travel freely to the Philippines to vist family he has not seen in over 20 years.
  • Waiver granted for client who entered the United States as the unmarried son of a U.S. citizen but was in fact married at the time. Client stays a lawful permanent resident and can now apply for his U.S. citizenship.
  • $10,000 bond granted for client whose case was recently denied by the Immigration Judge and who has a 2013 conviction for trafficking 50-100 kilos of cocaine.
    2010 BIA order reopened sua sponte based on a change of law and whether a DUI in Arizona on a suspended license is a crime involving moral turpitude. Client is now eligible for cancellation of removal.
  • Naturalization application recommended for approval for client with an arrest for attempted murder and drug and robbery convictions who had previously been granted 212(c) relief. No other issues.
  • 212(c) granted for client with a petty theft conviction and a possession for sale conviction from the 90s Client had been an LPR for over 40 years, is married to a USC and has 3 USC children. She was put into proceedings after applying for
  • Naturalization.This Petition for Review was granted by the 9th circuit for two reasons: (1) to give the IJ and BIA the opportunity to determine the impact of variousrecent decisions on our client’s case and (2) because the Court agreed that the IJ and BIA decisions regarding CAT were not supported by substantial evidence.
  • AOS (adjustment of status) granted in San Bernardino for same sex couple married for about 1 year.
  • E-2 change of status approved for client who purchased Thai restaurant.
  • Client is from Vietnam and he was granted LPR status in the 90s and placed in removal proceedings about 10 years ago as a result of a felony grand larceny conviction with a 24-60 month suspended sentence. In 2006, Client was granted withholding of removal. He then came to our office for a governor’s pardon which was granted in 2008. We then filed a motion to reopen his proceedings, which DHS opposed, and also a motion to terminate, which DHS also opposed. The IJ granted everything and reinstated his LPR status. We then filed for naturalization which was granted without any issues.
  • U visa was approved for Client who was victim of obstruction of justice. Our office previously got her sister, who was raped, a U visa. The arguments in this case were very creative. Basically, before Client’s sister was raped, the same defendant raped two other minors. We argued that the minors failure to report the abuse constituted obstruction of justice and that as a result, Client’s sister was raped and Client was emotionally harmed.
  • I-601 waiver granted for Client who is in El Salvador and who is married to a USC and subject to the 10 year bar for overstaying his B-2 visa. Client also had several convictions but don’t think any of them were CIMTs.
  • DACA granted for person with 2 misdemeanor crimes
  • Five year old in absentia order was reopened for detained client who was presumably placed into proceedings after filing to renew her fraudulent TPS application. Motion was filed in time to stop her deportation, motion was granted in 2 months time and client was released on bond by ICE.
  • AOS granted for couple where husband lives with children in California and wife lives in NY. They were married many years back in the Philippines, had 3 children and then divorced. Husband remarried and immigrated to the U.S. through his USC wife. They subsequently divorced and he and his first wife decided to remarry (she had entered the US as a visitor). Application granted with minimal issues.
  • Divorce waiver granted for Client with very little (almost zero) evidence of a bona fide marriage after becoming a permanent resident. I-751 was initially filed jointly, then changed to a divorce waiver, then a hardship waiver and then enough time passed that Client’s divorce was finalized.
  • Late filed AOS motion to reopen granted for couple who’s I-485 has been pending for 8 years. USCIS acknowledge that case was denied in error.
  • 212(c) granted for Client who was granted lawful permanent residency in 1983 and had several convictions including possession of a controlled substance and theft and also an arrest for attempted murder. Judge said it was a close call and trial attorney was initially going to reserve appeal but after some persuasion agreed to waive appeal.
  • Client with a prior order of removal, 2 DUIs and 3 DV convictions was granted a $9,000 bond by Immigration Judge. Client was detained in excess of 6 months pending a decision on his reasonable fear interview and a prior I-589 that was never adjudicated.
  • Board granted sua sponte motion to reopen 2006 order based on changed country conditions in Egypt and eligibility for adjustment of status. Client was previously found not credible and his case, with a different office, went all the way up to the 9th Circuit.
  • DHS agreed to admin close when they had previously denied our request. Client came to our office in 2005 with 3 family members after they had been picked up by border patrol and used as material witnesses a federal case against their smuggler (they never actually testified, defendant pled and they were placed in proceedings). Some of NTAs for this family were never filed with the court and Client’s NTA was filed 4 years later in 2009. Client has been in the U.S. since 2005 and her only child is 21 and born in the US. Her husband’s case was terminated for reinstatement purposes.
  • Applicant just received approval of Consulate Processing based on a petition from her husband who is over half of a century older.
  • Applicant went to US in 1999 and has never left ever. Provisional Waiver submitted and a Request for Evidence issued finding that there was not “sufficient evidence that US citizen spouse (or parent) would experience extreme hardship” if applicant is refused admission.We submitted more evidence of hardship and encompassed all aspects, financial, spiritual, career, health, etc. We showed that USC spouse has fertilty issues and they have been married for a long time with no success of pregnancy. USC spouse at present is pregnant for about 5 weeks and was greatly advised not to be stressed, exhausted or it will be bad for her health and the development of the baby. After submission of the response to the RFE, the waiver was approved within 2 weeks.
  • Case with a long history before the Immigration Court was administratively closed in 2006 when DHS was not ready to proceed. Client has a conviction for lewd and lascivious acts with a minor (possibly an aggravated felony) but still qualifies for Naturalization. Natz application was filed but officer would not adjudicate application unless proceedings were terminated. Motion to recalendar and terminate was filed and case was terminated without a hearing.
  • Naturalization application approved by Officer. Client was granted residency in the early 90s. He had an arrest before he got his green card (no conviction), an arrest shortly after (no conviction) and then a 2007 conviction for resisting arrest.
  • Deferral of removal under the Convention Against Torture granted IJ Neumeister based on the murder of several of Client’s family members by Mexican authorities and sexual abuse suffered as a child. Client was in withholding only proceedings because of a previous deport order and was not eligible for withholding under the Act or withholding under CAT because of an aggravated felony conviction. DHS reserved appeal. Client should be released shortly.
  • AOS and 212(h) case granted by IJ Tabaddor. DHS waived appeal. Represented client throughout removal process; from when she was detained by ICE and placed in proceedings until she was granted permanent residency. Client was initially charged with inadmissibilty but later with removability once we submitted proof of her lawful entry. Client married her USC husband while in proceedings and we prepared and filed the I-130 which was approved after an RFE. She had several theft convictions, the most recent in 2009 with a 16 month sentence. Client and her co-sponsor testified in support of her applications. Court determined that testimony of husband and children and other witness was not necessary.
  • An I-140 Multi-National Manager petition approved for Client from Egypt who is the majority owner of a small health care and medical supply business. Client is in E-2 status (also prepared by our office) and can now adjust status to get permanent residency.
  • 17-year-old in absentia order reopened for lack of notice. Client is eligible for AOS.
  • I-360 approved for husband of USC. No physical abuse but mental and psychological abuse, including names and threats of deportation.
  • Provisional Waiver granted for person inside the U.S. illegally for years. Now, he can continue with the consulate processing, leave for the appointment and only be gone for less than 1 week before getting his green card.
  • Permission to Reenter granted after only 3 months after deportation order issued. Now, client is not barred for another 9 years and 6 months from coming back to the U.S.
  • VAWA approved for Client who was in an abusive relationship but only lived with her husband for a short period and did not have police or hospital reports.
  • AOS approved, no major issues but there were some issues with Client’s true and correct name and her manner of entry. She was waived through and this would be known as a Quilantan approval.
  • Naturalization granted after application had been pending for well over a year for Client who had repeated false claims to U.S. citizenship, including voting in federal and state elections. Client did not fall under the USC false claim exceptions but his application was granted on discretionary grounds.
  • Adjustment of Status based on Marriage was approved for client who entered legally but has several juvenile crimes. No Waivers or Court needed.
  • Removal proceedings terminated by Immigration Judge. Client is an LPR and has 3 convictions; 2 battery convictions and 1 assault conviction. DHS charged him with removability as an alien convicted of 2 crimes involving moral turpitude and an alien convicted of a crime of domestic violence. We were able to bond client out and then get proceedings terminated because DHS could not establish removability by clear and convincing evidence; battery is not categorically a CIMT or a COV. While the new 9th Circuit case overruling Silva-Trevino helped, proceedings would have terminated regardless because DHS tried to bypass the second step in Silva-Trevino and did not submit the required docs.
  • IJ denied Client’s motion to reopen his 2010 in absentia order and relied on fairly new warnings on Form I-485, advising applicants to keep USCIS updated of address changes for removal purposes. Appeal to BIA was sustained, finding that the IJ’s decision was in error and that Client was not properly advised of his hearing and that he did not receive notice of his hearing.
  • 212(c) granted for Client with a sales conviction from 1991 (20+ lbs of cocaine). Client had no other convictions, a steady work history and a lot of equities.
  • DHS agreed to join in a motion to reopen Client’s in absentia deportation order and terminate her proceedings based on an approved I-360 widow petition. We were initially hired to file a MTR but then Client’s husband died and we were retained to file an I-360. When that was approved, we filed the joint motion request. Client was waived through so she should be eligible for AOS.
  • In absentia Motion to Reopen granted by Immigration Judge. Client’s Notice of Hearing was sent to a wrong address and returned to the court. Now the client can actually fight her case with a chance of winning.
  • Prosecutorial Discretion granted for a family of 3; father, mother and daughter. Parents had applied for cancellation of removal for non Lawful Permanent Residents, but they did not have a very strong case. Daughter also applied but did not have a qualifying relative, so she needed one of her parents to be granted.
  • I-751 Divorce Waiver approved. Client retained us after he had received an RFE on a joint I-751 but he had since separated from his wife. We filed the necessary documents and then appeared at his interview. A second RFE was issued requesting Client’s final divorce decree, a statement in his own words and a request to change the case from a joint filing to a divorce waiver. Case approved 1 year after 2nd RFE.
  • AOS approved for Client who is from Mexico, is married to a USC and they have 6 children (including quintuplets). Client left the United States 2004/2005 and they’re 10 year bar waiver was denied (they didn’t have an attorney) or children at the time. He reentered the U.S. and then left in 2010 because he had no identification and wanted to avoid any issues with Immigration. Our office was retained for a humanitarian parole in 2011 based on one of their children being very very sick. His parole was approved and his I-94 indicated “Paroled in for AOS.” His case was approved today with no issues.Adjustment of status based on approved I-360 approved. Client recently moved and Client’s manner of entry into the US was questionable (she may have entered with a false document), but still got AOS approved.
  • Motion to Reopen granted. Client received asylum over 10 years ago, but left U.S. prior to adjusting status. Returned on Visitor Visa and removal proceedings were instituted. Client received deportation order in absentia. Afraid to go back to home country. MTR granted giving an opportunity to fight case and reinstate and/or reapply for Asylum.
  • 1016.5 motion granted by Judge Schwarz. PC 11378 (possession for sale of meth) dismissed. In 2001, DA asked Client if he was a USC, Client said yes and therefore, no 1016.5 advisals given. Same judge that heard the case in 2001 granted the motion, she essentially blamed it on the old DA.
  • Adjustment granted for Client with with a possession conviction (expunged) and firearm offense. Case went to the 9th Circuit and back and eventually proceedings were terminated so Client could adjust. No issues and no waiver needed.
  • In absentia MTR granted by IJ Fong. NTA was sent to Client’s address listed on his I-589 more than 4 years after he applied for asylum but he was no longer living at that address. Motion granted based on Client’s declaration, daughter’s declaration and utility bills showing a change of address. According to IJ Order, the NTA and Notice of Hearing were also “returned to sender.”
  • Cancellation of Removal (42A) granted by IJ . Client had 2 DUIs, a reckless driving and a discharge of a firearm in gross negligence. Firearm offense would have stopped time if it was a CIMT. Established through testimony that it was not a CIMT and Judge granted case. Client had a long work history and one minor child but not too many other equities.
  • Proceedings terminated based on approved I-130 even though Client had a previous VD order.
  • Joint motion to terminate, DHS could not establish removability Client was an LPR and had a theft conviction and a solicitation for sale (crack) conviction. DHS could not establish removability based on a controlled substance violation or 2 CIMTs.
  • Proceedings terminated based on governor’s pardon despite DHS opposition. Client was an LPR and order removed based on a theft offense and then granted withholding of removal. We prepared pardon which was approved and moved to reopen based on Client’s marriage to a USC. Once reopened, we moved to terminate as the sole ground of removability no longer existed. Judge agreed, terminated case and reinstated Client’s LPR status.
  • AOS granted for Client that was waived through. Very little proof other than declaration from father, Client was a minor at the time.
  • AOS granted for Client with petty theft arrest, who did not disclose conviction on application nor to our office.
  • E-2 approved at consulate in Ireland for Trucking Repair and Maintenance Company. Approximately $125,000 put in escrow for purchase of existing business.
  • E-2 MTR granted at the consulate in The Netherlands. Visa application denied for marginality. Reopened based on a showing of annual income, other sources of income and number of employees.
  • AOS granted for Client with over 10 convictions.
  • U Visa granted for person with crime over 12 years old and officer that did not want to sign the certification
  • Criminal Relief granted and crime vacated and dismissed. Now he can apply for his Green Card.
  • Political Asylum case granted on first interview for client from Nepal
  • 212(h) Waiver approved on Appeal at AAO and reversed the decision from USCIS previously denying it. Now client can adjust and get the green card
  • Life ACT application previously denied. We appealed through a Motion to Reopen and it was granted. Now client can proceed to get legal status.
  • Appealed denial of Immigration Judge and Board of Immigration Appeals to the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeal for denial of Cancellation of Removal. Case was remanded back to the BIA showing that the crime was not one of moral turpitude. The BIA then remanded back to the Immigration Judge for hearings on the merits of the Cancellation of Removal.
  • Appellate Court agrees that District Court ruled incorrectly on Consular Discretion and sends it back down
  • Humanitarian Reinstatement Granted for person who was waiting 12 years before petitioner died
  • O-1 for Soccer Coach granted
  • L-1 granted from Egypt with very little investment
  • Immigration Deportation case terminated because of valid claim to U.S. Citizenship
  • E-2 granted 2 days before expiration of visa
  • Battered Spouse Petition granted. We only had emotional abuse to show and no physical abuse. Client now can get her Green Card.
  • Deferred Enforced Departure granted. Bag and baggage order issued for person that had to leave that afternoon. He took the DED application with him and showed all the hardship to his family. He was not deported and eligible to stay for at least 6 months in the U.S.
  • In absentia MTR granted. Client did not show up for court for various reasons but was able to obtain a letter from her doctor stating the her daughter was sick with bronchitis on the day of Client’s hearing.
  • Previously USICS denied an I-485 application and then a Motion to reopen was filed and it was denied again. We filed another Motion to reopen along with the Waiver and the case was reopened and now they are deciding on the Waiver.
  • Natz approved by Officer Costa. Client did have a misdemeanor DUI from 2004 and a 2009 public intoxication infraction. Oath Ceremony notice in 1-3 months.
  • Person from Africa beaten by her husband and humiliated just granted Asylum after fighting case for about 4 years.
  • Adjustment of Status granted to person who had no proof of legal entry other than declarations of what occurred nearly 20 years ago
  • Motion to Reopen just granted on person denied Adjusment over 10 years ago
  • Notice of Intent to Deny issued on Asylum case. We supplemented the Asylum, went to the interview and it was approved.
  • Convention Against Torture Granted
  • PERM just approved for First-Line Superviosr/Manager of Helpers, Laborers and Material Handlers
  • Client had deportation/removal proceedings and got married after being put in deportation proceedings. At the Adjustment Interview, we successfuly defended against allegations of Marriage fraud and Conditional Residency granted.
  • Client caught at the border many years ago. However, we applied for residency for her, got the Waiver approved, and now she is a lawful permanent resident
  • We just got approved a PERM application for First Line Housekeeping supervisor
  • Recent win for the Law Offices of Brian D. Lerner, APC: Asylum granted for client who is a homosexual African male from Kenya. Client was physically attacked and threatened several times because of his sexual orientation. No medical documents but a very strong declaration from Client and other country materials showing that gays and lesbians are persecuted in Kenya.
  • Client was placed in removal proceedings and we had those proceedings terminated and applied for naturalization. She is now a U.S. Citizen and a year ago was going to be removed because of fraud
  • Waiver of 3/10 year bar approved in 1 week in the Consulate of Ciudad Juarez without any medical hardship
  • Client had various criminal charges and now he is becoming a U.S. Citizen
  • Natz application approved Client had prevoiusly applied for natz but was denied because of a conviction for violating a restraining order within the 5 year GMC period.
  • Another win for the Law Offices of Brian D. Lerner, APC: Removal proceedings terminated w/o prejudice by IJ. Respondent’s conditional residency was terminated and he was placed in proceedings after he and his now ex-wife failed to appear for their I-751 interview. We filed a hardship waiver and divorce waiver but then Client remarried and had a baby. After filing the I-130, DHS agreed to terminate. Client should be receiving an interview notice soon.
  • Another win for the Law Offices of Brian D. Lerner, APC: Greencard holder father petitioned on clt’s behalf while she was a single child, but she was married by the time she entered. So CIS denied clt’s N-600 b/c there are no visas for marrried children of LPR’s. But this was a mistake since clt’s father petitioned, then he naturalized, then clt got married, and then she entered. So when clt was in removal proceedings, DHS agreed that clt was eligible and that clt’s visa category changed from 2nd prefernce visa category to 3rd preference visa category at entry. Proceedings were terminated.
  • In absentia MTR granted by IJ . Client was ordered removed after her case was transferred from Missouri to Los Angeles and then she failed to appear. The Notice of Hearing was sent to her correct address but she did not receive it.
  • Client was in deportation because no proof of I-94 entry to U.S. We provided declarations, etc. and applied for Cancellation of Removal and now he has his Green Card.
  • daughter petitioned by mother and 24 years old. However, we were able to get child under CSPA and was considered under 21 years old under CSPA and got her Green Card
  • Battered Spouse with only emotional distress granted Lawful Permanent Residency
  • Person just granted adjustment of status. It turns out that our client has two criminal charges in his record [I don’t know if the office was aware of this]- the client denied any criminal past on multiple occassions and upon the officer’s insistence he first admitted to being arrested for a Domestic Violence dispute in Torrance and, upon further insistence by the officer, who specifically asked if anything transpired in FL, he then admitted that he also had an issue (not sure if assault) in FL. The officer gave us the case number for the FL incident 102-883 12/13/98 and requested certified copy of the disposition of both incidents (client later told me he believes he was given 1 year probation for the DV but is not sure and that he never mentioned the FL incident because the judge told him it was dismissed).
  • Court Proceedings granted: Person granted Petition for Removal of Conditional Residency and is now eligible for Naturalization.
  • Client waited years and had an Order of Deportation; we submitted necessary petition for him to gain residency after almost 15 years of waiting
  • Cancellation of Removal granted after appeal to the 9th Circuit remanded it to the Immigration Court and entire family granted under Extreme Hardship
  • Another win for The Law Offices of Brian D. Lerner, APC. This client is under 245(i) because spouse filed an I-130 on 1/05/1998 so no physical presence requirement of December 20, 2000. She committed fraud by claiming to be a U.S. Citizen, but normally, this would be a permanent bar to admissibility. We argued that it was pre IRAIRA and only a fraud waiver was needed. USCIS agreed and now she is a Lawful Permanent Resident.
  • Advanced Degree Perm granted for person with Masters Degree and title of Credit Risk Specialist
  • Person had deportation order, then we filed an employment based petition, and I-140 and got approval, then got the approved adjustment
  • Another win for the Law Offices of Brian D. Lerner, APC: Client’s mother was about to die. We filed a Motion to Reopen an old deportation order and asked it be joined in by ICE. It was a joint motion. Then, the Immigration Court terminated proceedings so we could proceed with the Adjustment. All this occured in less than 1 month.
  • Client had crime making him ineligible to naturalization and in risk of deportation. We got the crime dismissed at criminal court based upon corum nobis and now he can apply to become a U.S. Citizen
  • client that previously was in Deportation/Removal proceedings and got the case terminated and then got USCIS to adjust his status to that of a Lawful Permanent Resident
  • Client had deportation/removal proceedings and got married after being put in deportation proceedings. At the Adjustment Interview, we successfuly defended against allegations of Marriage fraud and Conditional Residency granted.
  • PERM approval from Law Offices of Brian D. Lerner: His position was FINANCIAL ANALYST requiring a Bachelor’s degree in Commerce or Finance + 7 years experience in Accounting/Financial Analyst/Jr. Assist. Manager. ANY SUITABLE COMBINATION OF EDUCATION, TRAINING OR EXPERIENCE ACCEPTABLE.
  • PERM approval from Law Offices of Brian D. Lerner: His position was FINANCIAL ANALYST requiring a Bachelor’s degree in Commerce or Finance + 7 years experience in Accounting/Financial Analyst/Jr. Assist. Manager. ANY SUITABLE COMBINATION OF EDUCATION, TRAINING OR EXPERIENCE ACCEPTABLE.
  • Client was placed in removal proceedings and we had those proceedings terminated and applied for naturalization. She is now a U.S. Citizen and a year ago was going to be removed because of fraud
  • Waiver of 3/10 year bar approved in 1 week in the Consulate of Ciudad Juarez without any medical hardship
  • Natz application approved Client had prevoiusly applied for natz but was denied because of a conviction for violating a restraining order within the 5 year GMC period.
  • Removal proceedings terminated w/o prejudice by IJ. Respondent’s conditional residency was terminated and he was placed in proceedings after he and his now ex-wife failed to appear for their I-751 interview. We filed a hardship waiver and divorce waiver but then Client remarried. It was granted.
  • Greencard holder father petitioned on clt’s behalf while she was a single child, but she was married by the time she entered. So CIS denied clt’s N-600 b/c there are no visas for marrried children of LPR’s.
  • Client was illegally in the United States and left the U.S. because his mother was ill.He returned to the U.S. after two years with K3 Visa and approved Waiver of 10 Year Bar.Applied for Adjustment of Status and now he is a Green Card holder.
  • Person with cardiac and neurological disease never met his fiancee whom he met over the internet. Person has problems walking and was incapacitated, and fell in love through a chat room. He had never been able to see his fancee in person because of his medical condition. K-1 approved along with Waiver of Physical Presence.
  • Court issued an order to show cause why case should not be dismissed for lack of jurisdiction.We responded and the Court agreed that summary dismissal was not appropriate.
  • Adjustment of Status granted for person with conviction for carrying concealed weapon. Deportation proceedings terminated and relief granted
  • Client retained us to file a supplemental brief regarding his Naturalization application and his service in the U.S. Armed Forces. Client also retained us to make a formal inquiry regarding his Naturalization application that had been pending since 2002. After brief was filed and inquiry was made, Client received his Oath Ceremony letter and a Certificate of Naturalization.
  • Labor Certification approved after filing Notice of Appeal and brief with BALCA.US DOL had incorrectly determined that there was no response to the Receipt Notification Letter (45 day letter.)
  • F-1 Granted with very little evidence showing ties in country.Person also had a family petition pending.
  • Filed Complaint for Declaratory Relief arguing that the AAO incorrectly determined that Plaintiff had not established that it was the successor in interest of the original Petition and that Plaintiff had not established that the original Petition had the ability to pay the profferred wage in 1998.After proper service of summons and complaint, case was administratively reopend by AAO.
  • O-1 approved after receiving an RFE for individual with over 30 years of teaching experience, including 3 years experience in special education, despite very little evidence documenting extraordinary ability.
  • Person granted 212(c) after comitting various crimes.Our Motion to Reopen Granted on the basis USCIS was wrong. Now she can adjust status to become a permanent resident.
  • Person granted 212(c) Relief and got Green Card back after committing two theft crimes.Now the person can apply for Naturalization.
  • PERM petition granted for unskilled labor petition for Barber
  • Affirmative asylum application granted. Application was filed exactly one year after Client’s arrival in the U.S. Client is a ntative and citizen of Nepal. In Nepal, Client and his family were terrorirzed by Maoists Insurgents as a result of his family’s political participation and ties, their ethnicity, and Applicant’s service for the government of Nepal.Very little documentary evidence other than Client’s testimony and articles regarding Maoists insurgents.
  • E-2 Treaty Investor Visa Granted for person who bought a Quiznos
  • Person was fighting and hiding for over 20 years and we successfully won the legalization for him to obtain his Green Card.
  • Immigration claimed person committed fraud and we were able to show that the Waiver should be granted so person can obtain residency.
  • 3/10 year bar Wavier granted in less than 1 day. Only emotional hardship was shown.
  • Asylum Granted. Client was a radio reporter from the Philippines who came to this country in 1990.Asylum application was pending for 16 years. IJ found both past persecution and a well founded fear of future persecution based on threats client received from the government and communist party because of his anti-communist views and views critical of the government. IJ noted that mere threats in the case rose to the level of persecution.
  • Person went AWOL from the U.S. Marine Core and was arrested and detained in 1994.
  • Naturalization approved and now he is a U.S. Citizen.
  • Cancellation of Removal for Certain LPR’s Granted after 5 years.A Sentence Reduction, A BIA Remand, and three different Immigration Judges.Client had 2 Domestic Violence Convictions and several DUI’s and we were able to get it approved.Now person is a Lawful Permanent Resident.
  • Removal Proceedings Terminated. Person was placed into removal proceedings after he applied for Naturalization.Client charged as an aggravated felon for his 1998 Domestic Battery conviction. We were able to show that this crime does not qualify categorically as a crime of violence and therefore, a crime of domestic violence.In addition, the conviction documents served by the government did not establish that client had been convicted of a crime of violence.
  • Client Married short time to U.S.C. Widow.Petition was approved with minimal supporting evidence.Client’s asylum denied by Judge in 1995. Client was detained by ICE trying to reenter illegally.Motion to Reopen and Emergency Stay filed. The stay was granted, but the Motion to Reopen was subsequently denied.A Motion to Reconsider, with several additional documents was filed and granted.Client is now scheduled for a hearing in front of the Judge.
  • We were able to show that family would suffer sufficient hardship if person was deported and Waiver was granted
  • Person had various medical hardships and Waiver of the 3/10 Year Bar was granted in 5 days.Person is now back in the U.S. as a Lawful Permanent Resident.
  • Person had deportation order for years and Motion to Reopen was denied.We filed a Motion to Reconsider based upon the Convention Against Torture, Withholding of Removal and Asylum. Motion granted and now she has a chance to stay and live in the U.S.
  • Person was charged with claiming to be a U.S. Citizen and put into deportation proceedings and ordered deported. We showed the claimage to U.S. Citizenship was not proper and had the case reopened to try to get other relief available in deportation.
  • Person becomes U.S. Citizen even with conviction for carrying a loaded firearm and arrest for battery.
  • Naturalization Granted to Person with more than 2 crimes.Now he is a U.S. Citizen.
  • Person was put into Deportation Proceedings voluntarily as she had a child with severe health problems.We won Cancellation of Removal for her and her husband and now they both have residency.
  • Person Granted RIR Labor Certification for the position of Dentist.
  • Person was waiting for over 4 years for fingerprints to supposedly go through. After we filed the Writ of Mandate (suing the USCIS), everything was granted and she was given lawful permanent residency within 60 days.
  • Person gets Green Card back after misrepresenting to the government his true status and getting the Green Card multiple years ago.
  • Client was in Removal Proceedings in Immigration Court.He was from Cambodia and had a criminal conviction.Case was successfully won and client was not deported.
  • E-2 Granted in 12 Days for person doing business with China
  • PERM Granted for Dental Assistant
  • Asylum granted to person afraid of going back to home country with very little actual physical proof.
  • Person in deportation wins 212(c) relief and gets to keep her Green Card. Crime was possession for sale of drugs.
  • Waiver granted for person barred from re-entering the U.S. because he was out of status for years.
  • TN for Management Consultant granted for person who was about to go out of H4 status due to husband divorcing her
  • Asylum for Cambodian couple who worked in government and were scapegoats for others whom embezzled money in the country. Now they do not have to go back and fear being torture or killed.å
  • Withholding of Removal Granted. Mexican woman beaten by her husband. She did not qualify for asylum, but now she will not get deported.
  • Cancellation of Removal granted for person who was originally claime to be an aggravated felon and who is now a free man
  • Waiver of 3/å10 year bar granted for person who overstayed illegally in the U.S. for 5 years.
  • LULAC granted for person with hardly any paperwork and documents proving that he entered the U.S. in the early 1980’s.He was able to see his children for the first time in 15 years.
  • Motion to Pretermit the Cancellation of Removal Application denied as we showed sufficient evidence that he did not plead to trafficking, but rather to simple possession.In other words, the government was trying to show this person was an aggravated felon and we were able to get that designation denied for lack of sufficient evidence.
  • The Board of Immigration Appeals overturned Immigration Judges ruling that Petty Offense Exception does not apply.
  • After submitting online PERM Application, it was approved in less than one month
  • Person here in U.S. for 18 years is granted permanent residency under 212(c) after committing a crime 12 years ago.
  • Another PERM granted for Manager of Mechanics
  • Person’s case had been terminated at the National Visa Center. She was going to need to restart from the beginning to process her husband’s papers again.Our office sent a Motion to reinstate. Finally, the case was reinstated and now the case has been forwarded to the consulate. Person does not have very many years now until visa number is current and he can be reunited with his family.
  • Person had neither status or Green Card. We filed Military Naturalization since he was fighting in the Ira War. At the interview, the officer was not familiar with the military naturalization. We explained and got approved and got an expedited Oath Ceremony so he could vote in the next election.
  • Step-Child Petition approved just before she turned 21 years old.
  • Person was in removal/deportation proceedings and wrognfully deported.We went up on appeal and got an order from the Circuit Court for Immigration to parole the person back into the U.S. to properly go through removal proceedings.
  • Circuit Court Petition for Review filed and Court ordered parties to show why case should not be dismissed for lack of evidence.We responded and Circuit Court ruled that case should not be dismissed and can continue forward.
  • Person had no police reports and no physical abuse.We applied for the Battered Spouse Petition under emotional abuse only with hardly any physical evidence and it was approved.
  • Person had several Juvenile crimes.We applied for Naturalization and it was approved despite the Juvenile Crimes.
  • Married couple had a 45 year age difference and not a lot of evidence or health problems.We successfully showed that it was a bona-fide marriage and marriage petition was approved.
  • Person had Petition to Remove the Conditional Residency pending. Citizenship granted in the interim.
  • Marriage Petition granted even though spouse had psycological condition preventing him from entering the building for the interview. Person had allegation of marriage fraud prior to adjustment interview. We went to interview and help clarify the situation. Adjustment was approved and marriage fraud allegation was dismissed.
  • Person had deportation order in absentia. We filed Motion to Reopen.Government did not oppose and case was remanded.
  • Applied and was granted the V Visa. Recently Adjustment of Status was granted and now she ia Lawful Permanent Resident
  • Person had petition to remove conditional residency filed and pending for years due to fingerprint delays.We filed the Writ of Mandate and it was approved before the government answered.
  • Person waiting for years to become naturalized. USCIS just claimed they were awaiting fingerprint results. We successfully filed a Writ of Mandate which was settled in less than 2 months and person became a U.S. Citizen.
  • Person had a disability and was outside the U.S. for more than 10 months.We successfully showed that the person did not abandon the intent to become a U.S. Citizen and was granted Naturalization.
  • Client was about to be deported. We got an emergency stay of deportation and stopped the deportation.
  • Client was charged with removability as an aggravated felon for having been convicted of a theft offense and a crime of violence. We move to terminate based on client’s citizenship under former section 301(a)(7) based upon his father’s citizenship and his presence in the U.S. for 10 years prior to Client’s birth. Case was terminated and now person can apply for U.S. Citizenship.
  • Person was able to get Adjustment granted even though he did not have proof of legal entry.We successfully showed via declarations that he entered legally.
  • Person put in deportation/removal proceedings because of a Firearm Conviction. Cancellation of Removal granted and now person can apply for naturalization
  • Client became a lawful Permanent Resident in 1979. He had 3 convictions: (1) robbery in 1987,(2) vehicle theft and (3) receiving stolen property in 2006.Client charged as removable as an aggravated felon. We were able to get proceedings terminated and now person is no longer in deportation proceedings.
  • Person lost in Immigration Court and the BIA due to a drug conviction. We filed in the Circuit Court and that was remanded to the BIA who remanded it to the Immigration Court and now person can fight for his Green Card.
  • Person did not have sponsor for affidavit of support for F-1 Status.We filed an F-1 Student change of status without the affidavit of support and still got it approved with declaration only.
  • Adjustment of Status granted to person in Deportation/Removal Proceedings. Case was recalendared after many years of being in limbo.Now husband of client can also apply for Adjustment of Status. New Joint Sponsor found.
  • Naturalization approved for client after having naturalization denied previously. Before, Officer recommendad that Client be placed in removal proceedings. Client was arrested again for Possession of Controlled Substance and Possession of Pipe/Paraphenelia. The Pleas were set aside and dismissed. Naturalization approved even though person had previously been convicted of 4 drug related offenses and 2 buglaries.
  • Person lost at Immigration Court and the Board of Immigration Appeals for a drug possession related charge.Circuit Court remanded agreeing with the arguments that the conviction was not final and person can now apply for relief from deportation/removal.
  • Case initially denied by Immigration Court. We filed an appeal to the BIA and won. The case was remanded back to the Immigration Court.
  • Person lost in Immigration Court and BIA. Case went up to the Circuit Court of Appeal. We prevailed under FederalFirst Offenders Act and case was remanded to the BIA who then remanded the case back to the Immigration Court for further hearings.
  • Person had 9th Circuit Appeal pending. Government made motion to summarily dismiss the case. We opposed and the 9th Circuit agreed and denied the governments motion to dismiss the case.
  • USCIS would not adjudicate citizenship application claiming criminal history. We began the Writ of Mandate process against USCIS and now person is a U.S. Citizen.
  • Person thought she was a U.S. Citizen for over 30 years and voted only to find out she was here illegally and had no status.We applied for Registry and now she is a Lawful Permanent Resident.
  • Writ of Mandate approved. Client case had been pending for years already. The petitioner was 94 years old.After filing the Writ of Mandate, beneficiary was then given an interview to stamp her passport and was given residency. She received her residency retroactively and is now eligible to become a USC based on marriage to USC.
  • L-1A aqpproved for person who is owner and president of company engaged in textile art and production. Client was the sole owner and operator of her business in New Zealand and wanted to open a new business in the U.S. Her income was minimal, she had no employees, and her investemant was minmal.
  • Adjustment of Status granted to family in deportation proceedings even though there were more dependants claimed than orginally thought.DHS waived appeal and now decision is final.
  • USCIS issues RFE to deny I-140. After response submitted, the I-140 was approved.
  • Person in Removal Proceedings charged with fraud.After a contested hearing, DHS dropped and withdrew the fraud charges.
  • Person was turning 21 in 3 days and would age out and be out of statusWe filed an F-1 Student change of status with only 1 day notice and still got it approved without necessary documentation.
  • Person in deportation proceedings. We filed Motion to Terminate based on lack of conviction documents sufficient to continue. It was granted and this person is now free.
  • F-1 Student Visa approved. Petition for Change of Status approved in less than 3 months. The petition was sent the day before status expired.The supporting evidence was limited, but now client is able to study here in the United States.
  • Felony conviction under sale or transportation of marijuana reduced to misdemeanor conviction.Client now qualifies for an immigration waiver on this crime and is not considered an aggravated felon on this crime anymore.
  • Green Card Reneal Approved after 2 years. The Green Card was already expired for more than 2 years. First the person was in Removal proceedings. His relief was granted, but he failed to renew his Green Card. He violated probation. After 2 years, he finally received an approval notice for his I-90.
  • Person about to be deported. We filed an emergency motion with the Circuit Court and a Petition for Review. Circuit Court agreed to Remand the case back to the Board and not to deport him.
  • Person waited 9 years for adjustment to be granted. She got the runaround. We filed the Writ of Mandate and it was approved for person and her father so they can finally get their Green Cards. Original priority date retained so they can apply for Naturalization years sooner.
  • H-2B’s approved simultaneously for 8 temporary Landscape Workers.
  • Person’s I-140 Approved for first Line Supervisor for Landscape Worker’s
  • Person ruled to have committed marriage fraud. Case was appealed to the Board of Immigration Appeals and we won. BIA sent the case back to the Immigration Judge to consider the evidence.
  • Naturalization approved for client with conviction. He was arrested for transporting marijuana. He was convicted for two counts, 36 months probation, 180 days in jail.Now he is a U.S. Citizen
  • Adjustment approved after client entered on K-3 Visa. Officer grilled client even though I-130 was already approved, but we got final approval.
  • I-130 approved depite limited joing documents and the fact that husband and wife had been separated for 3 years.
  • PERM Granted for First Line Supervisor for Production/Operation worker.
  • Motion to Reopen Granted to person with deportation order who never received notice of the deportation
  • Person had daughter with severe physical damage. Only type of relief would have been cancellation of removal in deportation. We put forward asylum application and she was put into deportation. We then won the deportation so her and her husband have residency now.
  • Person gets temporary H-2B visa to work as a housekeeper
  • Adjustment of Status granted to couple who had over a 40 year age difference in their marriage
  • PERM approved for Well and Oil Core Drill Operator and Advertising and Promotions Specialist
  • Person was in detention and ready to be deported. we stopped the deportation and got the Motion to Reopen granted and now he can present his case.
  • Person had drug possession charge and drug for sale charge over 10 years ago and was considered an aggravated felon. Both criminal reliefs were vacated and now she can get her Green Card
  • Person had 3 crimes; resisting a court order; DUI and possession of a controlled substance. The possession crime was successfully vacated and then he was successfully naturalized
  • PERM approved for INK Operator
  • Adjustment granted in court based upon approved I-140 even though person previously arrested and prosecuted for using fake documents.
  • Adjustment granted in Court based upon approved I-140 Petition even though person used fake social security and name for years.
  • Person’s husband was in jail nd unable to even attend the interview. However, her conditional permanent residence was granted.
  • PERM approved for rewind operator
  • Adjustment Denied because spouse died. However, we were able to get the Widow Petition approved.
  • Petition granted even though barely any supporting documentary evidence
  • Perm Granted for Dental Laboratory Technician
  • H-1B Granted for Medical Research IT Specialist
  • Respondent was charged as an aggravated felon for having been convicted of an offense that involved fraud which the loss to the victim exceeded $10,000. She would have been barred fro life. However, we were able to argue the statute was divisible and the BIA throughout the deportation order stating that the government failed to sustain its burden.
  • Person was a lawful permanent resident with crime of corporal injury to spouse and was granted naturalization in order to be a U.S. Citizen.
  • Person was charged with alien smuggling. Person had been detained on 4 prior occasions at the USA/Mexioc Border on suspicion of alien smuggling and on a previous occasion at airport customs enforcement on suspicion of traveling with an unjustified amount of money. We still got her granted lawful permanent residency through cancellation of removal.
  • O-1 Extraordinary Ability Alien for Medical Director granted in less than 1 week
  • Person with multiple inadmissibility issues and possible fraud issues get granted a Religious Worker Petition for Lawful Permanent Residency.
  • PERM Approved for Certified Nursing Assistant
  • Family never received notice of request for evidence and residency was denied for entire family. We successfully got the USCIS to reopen the case so family can get their permanent residency.
  • Another Battered Spouse with no police reports, restraining orders or other evidence is granted lawful permanent residence.
  • Person granted E2 Treaty Investor status from Pakistan even though he did not register for NSEERS by mistake.
  • E-2 Petition Granted in 6 days for startup Travel Agency
  • Person in deportation proceedings and over 21 and claimed to be making a false claim to U.S. Citizenship. Citizenship has case terminated and is granted lawful permanent residence under NACARA.
  • Person convicted of different crimes gets cancellation of removal granted in Immigration Court and will now not be deported.
  • PERM Granted for Medical Researcher
  • Batered Spouse both physically and mentally granted lawful permanent residence on first interview
  • PERM Granted for Store Manager
  • E-2 Granted for Excavating Company
  • Person with conviction more than 20 years old in trafficking drugs gets conviction vacated, set aside and dismissed.Now she can process her immigration papers.
  • PERM Granted for First Line Supervisor of Administrative Support
  • O-1 Extraordinary Ability Alien Petition granted for person in management field
  • USCIS grants in 3 days.
  • Ceramic Tile Layer PERM application approved in 1 week after submission
  • PERM approved in 5 days for Finish CarpenterE-2 Granted in 12 days for person doing business with China.
  • PERM granted for dental assistant
  • Asylum granted to person afraid of going back to home country with very little actual physical proof.
  • Person in deportation wins 212(c) relief and gets to keep her green card. Crime was possession for sale of a drug.
  • Waiver granted for person barred from re-entering the U.S. because he was out of status for years
  • TN for Management Consultant granted for person who was about to go out of H4 status due to husband divorcing her
  • Asylum for Cambodian couple who worked in government and where scapegoats for others whom embezzled money in the country. Now they do not have to go back and fear being tortured or killed.
  • Cancellation of Removal granted for person who was originally claimed to be an aggravated felon and who is now a free man
  • Religious person previously had comitted fraud.The nonimmigrant waiver of inadmissibility was granted and this person was prermitted to enter on an R1 Visa in order to run and participate in his congregation.
  • Another PERM grnted for manader of mechanics
  • Withholding of Removal granted by woman from Mexico who was beaten by her husband. She did not qualify for asylum, but now she will not get deported.
  • LULAC granted for person with hardly no paperwork and documents proving that he entered the U.S. in the early 1980’s. He was able to see his children for the first time in 15 years.
  • Motion to Pretermit the Cancellation of Removal application denied as we showed sufficient evidence that he did not plead to trafficking – but rather to simple possession. In other words, the government was trying to show this person was an aggravated felon, and we wer able to get that designation denied for lack of sufficient evidence.
  • Waiver of the 3/10 year bar granted for person who overstayed illegally in the U.S. for over 5 years.
  • After submitting E2 Petition it was granted for Real Estate business after only 3 days
  • The Board of Immigration Appeals overturned the Immigration Judge’s ruling that Petty Offense Exception does not apply.
  • After submitting online PERM application, it was approved in less than one month
  • Person here in U.S. for 18 years is granted permanent residency under 212(c) after committing a crime 12 years ago.
  • Person, his wife and his two children all granted Suspension of Deportation and given their lawful permanent residency even though he had three criminal convictions.
  • Labor Certifications for various positions granted including cook, salesman and supervisor
  • Self-petition battered spouse petition granted with no physical abuse
  • Person with only 1 single incident of domestic violence is able to obtain her green card because she was granted the battered spouse petition
  • Family buys $1 Store and gets E-2 granted to run the business
  • Person who fraudulently entered the U.S. 22 years ago. Gets fraud waiver granted and is permitted to remain in the U.S.
  • Person with various criminal convictions successfully gets his permanent Green Card
  • Schizophrenic with drug conviction successfully gets waiver granted in deportation proceedings and is permitted to remain in the U.S.
  • Family who originally had deportation proceedings denied because judge did not believe them gets the circuit court of appeals to agree that the immigration judge’s ruling was incorrect and set it back to the Immigration Judge

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  • Zeeshan Aftab -

    Dear,
    I want to know about the immigration to Canada from Pakistan. My Mom’s Mother, Brother & Sister, they are living in Canada from past 30 years and citizen of Canada. how i can put my case and how you people help me out in the process to make it fast.
    regards,
    Zeeshan

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